Hand #116: Jorryt van Hoof completed from the small blind and Martin Jacobson checked from the big blind. The flop fell and van Hoof continued out. Jacobson quickly folded and van Hoof took down the pot.
Hand #117: Van Hoof made it 700,000 to go from the button and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #118: Van Hoof opened the action once again, this time making it 700,000 to go from the cutoff. Dan Sindelar called from the small blind and action fell onto William Pappaconstantinou int he big blind. After a moment, he announced a three-bet to 1.85 million. Action fell back on Van Hoof and he moved out a four-bet to 2.9 million. Sindelar folded his cards and Pappaconstantinou called.
The flop came down and Pappaconstantinou checked and van Hoof instantly moved all in, putting Pappaconstantinou at a decision for his last 8.55 million. Pappaconstantinou tanked for well over four minutes before kicking his cards into the muck. Van Hoof took down the pot and extended his chip lead.