Hand #42: Erkut Yilmaz won the blinds with a raise from the button.
Hand #43: This time Thomas Pomponio raised to 1,300,000 from the button but Taylor Black responded with a shove from the big blind and forced Pomponio out of the pot
Hand #44: It was Mark Babekov's turn to raise from the button and he didn't miss the opportunity. Both players in the blinds folded.
Hand #45: Taylor Black raised, again from the button, and won the hand.
Hand #46: After a series of button-raises, Mark Babekov interrupted the streak when he opened from the second position. Kent Coppock shoved all in for 12,650,000 and, after a little bit of talk, Babekov gave up.
Hand #47: Taylor Black opened the pot with a raise to 1.2 million but Erkut Yilmaz woke up with a three-bet from the small blind, putting the price to 3,000,000. Black folded.
Hand #48: Thomas Pomponio limped from the small blind and Mark Babekov checked to see the flop . Pomponio check-called 800,000 and then check-called another 1,800,000 on the turn. The river brought the and Pomponio tapped once again. Babekov didn't fire the third barrel and checked back. Pomponio showed and chopped the pot with Babekov, who had .
Hand #41: Erkut Yilmaz limped in and Thomas Pomponio checked his option from the big blind. Both players checked on the flop.
The turn was the Yilmaz bet 650,000 and Pomponio called.
On the river, Yilmaz led with a bet of 1,050,000. Pomponio raised to 4,000,000 after a quick thought. Yilmaz then fell deep into the tank and he stayed through for over five minutes. He finally settled on a fold and Pomponio took down the pot.
Hand #23: Ralph Massey called from the small blind and, when Taylor Black checked, the dealer revealed the flop . Massey shoved and, after Black sent his hand to the muck, he showed .
Hand #24: Mark Babekov opened for 1,500,000 and John Hanna flatted from the big blind. They both checked the flop but Hanna led for 2,000,000 on the turn. Babekov called and the river was the . Hanna pushed all his chips toward the middle, causing Babekov's request for the count. It was 5,000,000 even.
"I saw the tell, you hit the queen," Babekov said. He folded soon and then stood up, saying, "Good job." Babekov then clapped his hands while Hanna stacked his earned chips.