Hand #14: Ole Schemion raised to 60,000 from the under-the-gun position with the and the rest of the players folded.
Hand #15: Dan Cates opened for 60,000 from early position with the and Ole Schemion defended from the big blind with the . The flop went check-check, and then Schemion semi-bluffed his gutshot with a bet of 100,000. Cates didn't want any part of it and folded his hand.
Hand #16: Dan Cates loked down at the under the gun and raised to 60,000. Richard Yong, who was next to act, played the slow by just limping. The rest of the players folded and it was heads-up action tot he flop. Cates checked, Yong bet 100,000, and Cates folded. That's twice now in the first 16 hands that players have correctly ditched pocket nines.
Hand #17: Richard Yong raised to 62,000 under the gun with the . Daniel Cates defended his big blind with the , and the flop fell . Cates checked, Yong continued for 50,000, and "Jungleman" folded.
Hand #18: Ole Schemion raised to 70,000 from the cutoff with the and won the blinds.