Hand #57: Taylor Black min-raised from the button and scooped the pot.
Hand #58: Mark Babekov pushed all in and won the pot uncontested.
Hand #59: Thomas Pomponio called from the small blind and Mark Babekov checked his options. Pomponio then fired a bet of 1,000,000 on the flop and that was enough to win.
Hand #60: Thomas Pomponio opened the button to 1,600,000 and found a caller in Taylor Black (big blind). Black led out 1,700,000 on the flop reading . Pomponio wasn't going anywhere and he called. However, the turn and river didn't bring any betting action and Black's was the winning hand.
Hand #61: Thomas Pomponio shoved all in from the cutoff and no one matched his bid.
Hand #62: Taylor Black raised to 1.6 million and took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #63: Taylor Black did exactly the same as in the previous hand.
Hand #64: John Hanna took about 30 seconds before he opened to 1,800,000. Thomas Pomponio activated the all-in button. Hanna asked, "Ten-point-four?" before he mucked.
Hand #52: Seated in the cutoff, Taylor Black moved all in for 9,550,000. Kent Coppock, who was in the small blind, leaned back in his chair. Then he announced a call and the race was on.
The flop was brutal for Coppock, leaving him drawing dead as Black had flopped a flush. The turn and river were meaningless. Coppock dropped below 10 big blinds while Black's now leading the tournament.