Hand #48: Thayer Rasmussen raised to 1.2 million from under the gun and Claas Segebrecht called from the big blind to see a flop fall. Both players checked as the landed on the turn and Segebrecht checked to Rasmussen who bet out 1.35 million with Segebrecht calling.
The river landed the and Segebrecht checked for a third time with Rasmussen checking behind. Segebrecht tabled his for second pair and scooped the pot once Rasmussen mucked.
Hand #49: Sean Drake opened to 1.3 million first to act and collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #50: Claas Segebrecht opened to 1.2 million from the button and Sean Drake defended his big blind to see a flop fall with Segebrecht betting out 1.55 million with Drake check-calling.
The turn landed the and both players checked as the completed the board on the river. Drake checked and Segebrecht bet out 1.7 million. Drake called, and then mucked once Segebrecht tabled his for top pair.
Segebrecht climbs to roughly 32 million as Drake slips to 14.1 million.
Hand #51: From the small blind, Sean Drake limped in and Hugo Pingray checked his option to see a flop fall. Drake pushed out a bet of 800,000 and Pingray raised to 2.1 million only to have Drake three-bet to 6.1 million.
Pingray eyed what Drake had remaining in his stack before switching his gaze back towards the flop. After a few moments, Pingray announced he was all in and Drake called for his 13.45 million total.
With Drake ahead with his overpair, he would be up against Pingray's straight draw until the on the turn increased the outs Drake needed to fade to an additional six. Fortunately for Drake, the river landed the to ensure his double to over 28 million as Pingray slipped to 26 million in chips.