Hand #102: Kevin Maahs raised to 3,600,000 on the button and scooped the blinds and big blind ante.
Hand #103: From under the gun, Dario Sammartino raised it up to 3,500,000 and found no resistance.
Hand #104: Alex Livingston limped the button and Sammartino checked in the big blind. The flop was checked and the followed on the turn. Sammartino bet 3,200,000 and Livingston called, the appeared on the river. Sammartino now checked and Sammartino checked behind to win the pot with the for sevens and fours.
Hand #105: Hossein Ensan raised the button to 3,200,000 and Maahs called in the big blind. The flop brought and Maahs checked, Ensan bet 1,700,000 and Maahs folded.
Hand #100: Hossein Ensan raised to 3.2 million on the button and Kevin Maahs defended the big blind. Maahs checked the flop and folded to 2 million.
Hand #101: Alex Livingston raised first to act to 3.8 million. Garry Gates defended the big blind and flopped. They both checked to the turn, which was an . Gates bet 3.8 million and Livingston called, bringing an . Gates fired big with 16 million into 17.6 million.
Livingston thought awhile then called. Gates showed for a bluff and Livingston had for top pair on the river.
Hand #96: Hossein Ensan raised to 4,200,000 from the cutoff and scooped the blinds and big blind ante.
Hand #97: Kevin Maahs made it 3,600,000 to go from the button and Alex Livingston called in the big blind. On a flop of , Livingston checked and Maahs made it 2,600,000 to go. Livingston opted to raise to 8,500,000 and Maahs sent his cards into the muck.
Hand #98: First to act, Dario Sammartino opened to 3,500,000 and the Italian rail cheered as the pot was pushed to Sammartino after all his opponents had folded.
Hand #99: Garry Gates made it 3,500,000 to go from the cutoff and Ensan came along from the small blind, Sammartino forfeited his big blind. On a flop, Ensan bet 3,500,000 and Gates made the call to see the turn. Ensan now checked and Gates bet small for 4,500,000, which Ensan called.
After the river, Ensan took the betting lead again and tossed in 4,500,000. Gates was sent into the think tank and eventually folded.
Hand #89: Garry Gates opened for 3.2 million second to act and Dario Sammartino defended the big blind. They saw the turn for free, so the board read when Gates made a delayed continuation-bet of 2.8 million. Sammartino stuck around for the river.
Both players checked and Sammartino won showdown with .
Hand #90: Hossein Ensan raised to 3.2 million on the button and Sammartino called in the small blind. Kevin Maahs came along for cheap in the big blind and they saw a flop. Sammartino checked, Maahs bet out 4.1 million and the other two players folded.