Hand #110: Aik-Chuan Nee opened to 20,000 from under the gun and collected the pot.
Hand #111: Martin Kozlov opened to 50,000 and Aik-Chuan Nee called in the big blind to see a flop of fall. Nee checked and Kozlov moved all in for 28,000 with Nee check-calling.
The turn landed the and river the to ensure Kozlov the double to roughly 160,000 in chips.
Hand #112: Junzhong Loo limped in on the button and Martin Kozlov checked the big blind to see a flop fall. Loo bet out 10,000 and Kozlov folded.
Hand #113: Junzhong Loo opened to 20,000 first to act and collected the pot.
Hand #114: Martin Kozlov limped in on the button and Junzhong Loo checked the big blind to see a flop fall. Loo checked and Kozlov bet 15,000 to prompt a fold from Loo.
Hand #115: Martin Kozlov opened to 20,000 only to have Aik-Chuan Nee put Kozlov all in from the big blind. Kozlov folded and Nee won the pot.
Hand #116: Luke Spano opened to 20,000 from the cutoff and Martin Kozlov called in the big blind to see a produced by the dealer. Spano tossed in 25,000 and Kozlov moved all in for 120,000 with Spano immediately calling.
With Kozlov trailing and at-risk once again, the on the turn gave him outs to the chop, and when the would arrive on the river, those outs would hold true as the Kozlov survived another all in.