Hand #28: Junzhong Loo opened to 10,00 and Sam Ruha called in the small blind before both players checked the flop.
Ruha led for 13,000 when the turn landed the with Loo calling before the river of the saw Ruha bet out 20,000. Loo called and tabled his to defeat Ruha's .
Hand #29: From the cutoff Martin Kozlov opened to 23,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #30: Junzhong Loo receives the first walk of the day.
Hand #31: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 11,000 from under the gun and Martin Kozlov three-bet to 42,000. With the action back on Nee, he pushed out a stack of chips and Kozlov called all in for 68,500.
The flop fell to give Nee the advantage, and after the landed on the turn, Kozlov would need any ace or club to stay alive.
The dealer delivered the on the river and Kozlov doubled through to roughly 140,000 while Nee slipped to 200,000.
Hand #32: Sam Ruha opened to 10,500 and Aik-Chuan Nee called in the big blind before check-folding to a 15,000-chip bet on the flop.