Hand #4: Dan Sindelar raised to 750,000 from early position and it folded around to Mark Newhouse who called from the button. The two took a flop of and Sindelar came out swinging for 950,000. Newhouse called to see fourth street.
The turn was the and Sindelar slowed with a check. Newhouse rapped the table back and the finished off the board. Both players checked and Sindelar tabled for merely king-high. Newhouse rolled over to take down the pot.
Hand #5: Jorryt van Hoof opened to 700,000 from the hijack and Luis Velador tossed out a call from the button. Andoni Larrabe three-bet shoved for 8.85 million from the small blind, inducing folds from the big blind and both van Hoof and Velador.
Hand #6: Martin Jacobson limped from under the gun and it folded around to William Tonking who completed from the small blind. Sindelar checked from the big blind and the trio took a flop of . Tonking checked, Sindelar fired 500,000, and Jacobson came over the top with a raise to 1.75 million. Tonking announced a check-raise all in for 4.675 million. Sindelar folded and Jacobson called.
Tonking led with a flopped straight but Jacobson was drawing live with four to a club flush and a nine for a chop. The fell on the turn, keeping Tonking ahead with his straight. The drilled the river, allowing Tonking's straight to hold and scoring him the double up to 11.25 million in chips.