Hand #18: Craig McCorkell opened to 425,000 from under-the-gun. No one called.
Hand #19: Maximilian Senft made it 400,000 to go in the hijack and took down the pot. A lonely railbird cheered the small win.
Hand #20: Action folded to the blinds, and McCorkell and Mark Newhouse saw an flop for the minimum. McCorkell came out with 250,000 and got called. Both players checked the , and an paired the board. McCorkell bet 650,000 and took the pot.
Hand #21: Senft opened to 400,000 and got called by Thomas Sarra Jr. in the big blind. Senft won with a continuation-bet on the flop.
Hand #22: After a short dormancy, Luis Velador woke up with a raise to 400,000. However, Bruno Politano wasn't scared off, and he called in the big blind. Politano checked the flop, and Velador bet 425,000. Politano called, seeing the turn. After a check, Velador's next barrel was 750,000. Now convinced, Politano folded.