Hand #57: Brian Yoon raised to 240,000 from the button, and Cuong Van Nguyen called from the small blind. Nghi Tran three-bet to 620,000. He took the pot.
Hand #58: Roland Israelashvili raised to 250,000 under the gun, and he took the pot.
Hand #59: Yoon opened to 240,000 under the gun and won the pot.
Hand #60: Cuong Van Nguyen's turn to raise UTG: he made it 270,000, and everyone folded.
Hand #61: Tran won with a 250,000 raise from UTG.
Hand #62: Van Nguyen raised to 260,000 from the small blind, and Tran folded his big blind.
Hand #63: Tran raised to 260,000 from the small blind, and Justin Zaki folded the big blind.
Hand #64: Yoon raised to 240,000 under the gun, and Tran called from the button. Zaki squeezed to 800,000 from the small blind, and Yoon folded. Tran leaned back in his seat, attempting to get a read on Zaki, but he ultimately folded as well.
Hand #52: Roland Israelashvili raised to 210,000 in the cutoff and Brian Yoon three-bet to 490,000 from the button. After the blinds folded, Israelashvili four-bet to 1.99 million. Yoon quickly folded and Israelashvili folded.
Hand #53: Brian Yoon raised to 200,000 from the cutoff and Cuong Van Nguyen three-bet to 500,000 from the button. After a brief amount of time in the tank, Yoon folded.
Hand #54: Nghi "Henry" Tran raised to 220,000 on the button and took down the pot.
Hand #55: Unknown action.
Hand #56: Justin Zaki raised to 200,000 from the cutoff and Cuong Van Nguyen called from the big blind. The flop fell and Van Nguyen checked to Zaki who bet 140,000. A call from Van Nguyen landed the turn, which he checked. Zaki bet 305,000, leading a check-raised all in from Van Nguyen for 2.72 million. Zaki spent a good four minutes in the tank before folding. Van Nguyen showed .
Hand #42: Justin Zaki raised to 200,000 from the cutoff and Cuong Van Nguyen defended his big blind. The flop and Van Nguyen check-folded to Zaki's bet of 135,000.
Hand #43: Brian Yoon raised to 200,000 from the button and Nghi Tran called from the big blind. The flop fell and Tran check-called 220,000 to see the turn where he opted to lead out for 325,000. Yoon called, landing the river. Tran checked, leading to a Yoon bet of 500,000. After a little while in the tank, Tran called.
Yoon tabled for a flush, Tran mucked, and Yoon took down the pot, upping his stack to about 6.7 million in the process.
Hand #44: Nghi Tran called from the small blind and Justin Zaki checked his option. The flop was checked by both players and when the turn fell, Tran bet 250,000. Zaki raised to 660,000, only to see Tran come back over the top of 1.2 million. Zaki called, resulting in the river. Tran shoved with the bigger stack and Zaki called all in for 1.06 million with . Tran's was no match for Zaki's two pair, giving Zaki the double up.
Hand #39: Nghi Tran raised to 250,000 after action folded to his button, and he took down the pot.
Hand #40: Joe Morneau raised to 225,000 after action folded to his small blind. Roland Israelashvili called. Morneau bet 150,000 on the flop. Israelashvili raised it up to 400,000, and Morneau made the call. The turn paired the board with the , and both players checked to see the . Morneau again checked, and Israelashvili bet another 400,000. Morneau folded after about 30 seconds of thought.
Hand #41: Morneau raised to 200,000 after action folded to his button. Israelashvili called from the small blind, as did Brian Yoon in the big blind. The blinds checked the flop, and Morneau bet 250,000. Israelashvili folded, but Yoon came out with a check-raise to 650,000. Morneau called. A hit the turn, and Yoon jammed for just under 1.7 million. Morneau called off his last 1.55 million after about a minute.
Yoon needed to catch a heart or an ace to survive, and he did just that when the came on the river. Morneau was eliminated in sixth.