Hand #26: Ole Schemion made it 125,000 with the and Igor Kurganov three-bet to 335,000 with the .
Mustapha Kanit woke up with the in the small blind and four-bet, making it 835,000. Stephen Chidwick folded the big blind and Schemion pushed all in for 2,055,000 total. Kurganov folded and Kanit took his time before eventually laying down the queens.
Hand #27: Stephen Chidwick moved all in short from the small blind with the and Ole Schemion called with the in the big.
Hand #23: Mustapha Kanit raised it up to 125,000 holding . Ole Schemion found a slightly better king with and three bet from the button to 360,000.
Paul Newey folded his small blind and Igor Kurganov opted to do the same with his . Kanit folded just about instantly and Schemion took it down uncontested.
Hand #24: Ole Schemion made it 130,000 with acting out of the cutoff. Igor Kurganov shoved for 1,510,000 holding a mere . From the big blind Fatehi folded and Schemion folded the same hand to let Kurganov have the pot.
Hand #25: Under the gun Chidwick opened the pot with a raise to 125,000 holding . Newey folded pocket deuces but Igor Kurganov with on the button wasn't about to do the same. He three bet to 285,000. Fatehi folded and Chidwick decided to call with his suited connector.
The flop came and both players checked, despite one flopping two pair and the other flopping a straight.
The hit the turn and Chidwick checked again. Kurganov bet 235,000 into 720,000 with 1,230,000 behind. Chidwick shoved all in and Kurganov instantly called.
The river came the harmless and Kurganov doubled. Chidwick left with 480,000.
Hand #20: Mustapha Kanit raised to 160,000 from the small blind with the and Stephen Chidwick defended the big blind with the . The flop fell and Kanit led for 140,000. Chidwick called with a gutshot, and the turn paired the board.
Kanit bet 385,000 and Chidwick folded.
Hand #21: Ali Reza Fatehi made it 175,000 with the and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #22: Igor Kurganov woke up with the under the gun and made it 120,000.
Ali Reza Fatehi three-bet to 240,000 with the and when it folded back to Kurganov, he pushed.
Fatehi snap-called and a board ensured Kurganov would double up through the chip leader.
Hand #16: From the button Ole Schemion moved in for 1,715,000. Both blinds folded and Schemion took down the blinds and antes.
Hand #17: In the hijack, Chidwick raised to 125,000 holding . Fatehi called from the big blind with to see a flop. The flop came and Fatehi checked. Chidwick bet 100,000 into 350,000 and Fatehi called.
The hit the turn, pairing Chidwick, and both players checked. The completed the board and Fatehi bet 360,000. Chidwick tanked for a bit and Fatehi asked for the clock.
Chidwick eventually laid it down and said "Good bluff" with a big smile.
"I don't know how to bluff against the professionals" Fatehi answered with an even bigger smile.
Hand #18: In the hijack Schemion made it 125,000 holding . Paul Newey, with an 18-big blind stack, contemplated what to do for a bit with the . Eventually he folded.
Greenwood, having 5 big blinds behind, called with . The flop came and Greenwood check folded to Schemion's 400,000 bet.
Hand #11: Action folded to Sam Greenwood in the small blind and he limped in with . Big blind Mustapha Kanit found and raised to 125,000. Greenwood thought about it for a bit before calling.
The flop came and Greenwood checked. Kanit checked behind. The on the turn paired Kanit and Greenwood and Kanit both checked again. The completed the board and Greenwood checked for the third time. Kanit, now with the straight, bet 225,000 into 290,000.
"I played this hand really stupidly" Greenwood said.
Greenwood eventually called, and mucked upon seeing the nine-deuce. 440,000 left for Greenwood.
Hand #12: Action folded to small blind Mustapha Kanit and he limped in with . Ivan Luca checked his big blind with . The flop came pairing both. Kanit bet 50,000 and Luca called. The hit the turn and Kanit bet 115,000 into 240,000. Luca folded.