Hand #100: Shai Zurr opened for 245,000 from the button and then folded when Eric Baldwin three-bet to 610,000 from the small blind.
Hand #101: Brandon Eisen limped from the small blind, Theodore Driscoll checked his option from the big, and the flop came down . Eisen led out for 120,000, Driscoll raised to 280,000, and Eisen pushed back with a three-bet to 545,000. Driscoll then four-bet jammed and Eisen snap-folded.
Hand #102: Brandon Eisen raised to 280,000 from the button and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #103: Eric Baldwin raised to 240,000 under the gun and took down the blinds and antes.
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Hand #97: Eric Baldwin opened to 240,000 and won the blinds and antes when everyone folded.
Hand #98: Ted Driscoll moved all in from the button for 1,490,000 and was called by Igor Dubinskyy from the small blind. Driscoll held and was slightly ahead of Dubinskyy and his . Driscoll would end up making a wheel when the board ran out to give him a much needed double up to 3,200,000.
Hand #99: Dubinskyy opened to 250,000 from the button and Shai Zurr called from the small blind. The two checked the flop and Zurr would check-fold to a 400,000 bet on the turn.
Hand #95: Shai Zurr moved all in for 1.75 million from the cutoff and Brandon Eisen thought long and hard before calling from the big blind.
It was a bad spot for Zurr, but he got lucky after the flop delivered him the lead with a pair of kings. Neither the turn nor river helped Eisen, and Zurr doubled through.
Hand #96: Eric Baldwin raised to 240,000 from the button and Theodore Driscoll defended from the big blind to see a flop of . Driscoll checked, Baldwin continued for 210,000, and Driscoll check-raised all in. Baldwin quickly called off and the cards were turned up.
Driscoll had flopped a pair, but it was way behind the pocket cowboys of Baldwin. The turn changed nothing, and neither did the river. With that, Baldwin was shipped a much-needed double.
Hand #90: Brandon Eisen called out of the small blind and Ted Driscoll checked his option from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked. On the turn, Eisen check-called a 180,000 bet from Driscoll. Both would check the turn and Eisen would take down the pot with .
Hand #91: Shai Zurr won the blinds and antes with a raise to 240,000.
Hand #92: Jack Duong won the blinds and antes with an all in shove.
Hand #93: Eric Baldwin opened to 240,000 and was called by Dubinskyy from the button. The flop came and Eric led out for 240,000 and Dubinskyy raised it to 525,000. Baldwin called.
The turn was the and both players checked. They would both check on the river and Dubinskyy would take the pot with which was one notch better than Baldwin's .
Hand #94: Dubinskyy opened for 250,000 and Duong moved all in for 1,250,000. Dubinskyy called. Duong held and was racing against Dubinskyy's .
The flop came , keeping Dubinskyy in the lead. He would hit a set on the turn and only a five would keep Duong alive. The river was the and Duong was eliminated in sixth place and Dubinskyy moved up to 6,000,000 in chips.
Hand #85: Brandon Eisen opened for 280,000 from the button and received calls from Theodore Driscoll and Igor Dubinskyy in the small and big blinds, respectively. Two checks on the flop saw Eisen continue for 345,000, and only Dubinskyy called. Both players then checked the turn and the river. Dubinskyy tabled the and won the pot.
Hand #86: Eric Baldwin opened for 240,000 from the hijack and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #87: Igor Dubinskyy raised to 250,000 from the button and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #88: Igor Dubinskyy raised to 250,000 from the cutoff and Eric Baldwin called from the big. When the flop came out , Baldwin led out for 180,000 and Dubinskyy folded.
Hand #89: Jack Duong moved all in from the button and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #83: Igor Dubinskyy opened for 250,000, Jack Duong moved all in for 970,000 and Brandon Eisen called. Dubinskyy folded and Duong and Eisen would turn over the same hands, for Duong and for Eisen. There were no miracle flushes and the two split up the blinds, antes, and Dubinskyy's initial raise.
Hand #84: Matthew Lapossie was down to just a little more than five big blinds and he would move all in first to act from the cutoff for 640,000. The chip leader, Brandon Eisen, called and the two were heads-up to the flop with the following hands:
Eisen would surge into the lead on the flop and the only improved his hand. Lapossie needed a four to stay alive, but the river was the and he was eliminated in seventh place for $89,020.