|Blinds||4,000,000 / 8,000,000|
Hand #75: Lula Taylor raised to 20,000,000 on the button, Andres Korn three-bet shoved, and Taylor folded.
Hand #76: Korn completed and Taylor checked. On an flop, Korn bet 6,000,000 and Taylor folded.
Hand #77: Taylor raised to 32,500,000 in the small blind and Jeremy Saderne folded.
Hand #78: Saderne raised to 17,000,000 in the small blind, Korn three-bet shoved all in from the big blind and Saderne folded.
Hand #79: Korn limped the small blind, Taylor shoved the big blind, and Korn folded.
Hand #70: Jeremy Saderne raised the button to 10,000 and Lula Taylor called in the big blind to see a flop, which went check, check. On the turn, Taylor bet 7,000,000 and Saderne made the call. After the river, Taylor immediately moved all in for 63,000,000 and Saderne folded.
"Show the bluff," the French rail demanded, but Taylor simply sent her cards towards the dealer.
Hand #71: Andres Korn raised the button to 13,000,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #72: Taylor raised to 40,000,000 on the button and shut down all resistance.
Hand #73: On a flop, Korn bet and won the pot.
Hand #74: A walk for Saderne.
Hand #69: Left on fumes after the last hand, Yi Ma called all in for 3,000,000 from under the gun. Jeremy Saderne completed the small blind, Andres Korn shoved all in from the big blind, and Saderne folded.
The flop left Ma just with some runner-runner outs to survive. After the it was over, making the river a formality.
Hand #68: Andres Korn raised to 11,000,000 first to act and Yi Ma three-beet all in for 39,500,000 on the button, Korn snap-called all in for 36,500,000 in a battle of the two short stacks and had Ma in bad shape.
The Chinese rail immediately started shouting for an ace and chants by the Argentinian rail emerged when the flop brought . A blank fell on the turn with WSOP Main Event final table vibes coming out of the corner of the Amazon room.
The noise died down with the blank on the river and Ma was reduced to fewer than one big blind.
Hand #63: A walk for Lula Taylor
Hand #64: Taylor shoved all in from the small blind and Jeremy Saderne folded.
Hand #65: Saderne shoved from the small blind and Andres Korn folded.
Hand #66: Saderne raised to 10,500,000 on the button and picked up the blinds and ante.
Hand #67: Another walk for Taylor.
Hand #62: In the very first hand after coming back from the break, Lula Taylor raised to 25,000,000 from the cutoff and Jeremy Saderne moved all in for 71,500 from the button, which Taylor called. instantly.
The French rail was shouting for a deuce on the flop and kept doing so on the turn. After the river, Saderne further improved to a full house and the French players on the rail went nuts. Their shouts could be heard in the entire Amazon room with players turning around in the Gold section to see what had happened.
And what did Taylor do? Just like she did after the previous clash with Saderne when she doubled, Taylor embraced the Frenchman in defeat with a big smile on the face.
Hand #60: Yi Ma shoved all in for 54,000,000 on the button and won the hand.
Hand #61: Jeremy Saderne shoved from the small blind and Andres Korn folded to his immediate left.
The players went on a 15-minute break after the hand.
Hand #59: Koji Takagi raised to 10,500,000 in the small blind and Lula Taylor called from the big blind to see the flop, which brought an instant jam of Takagi for 31,500,000 and a quick call from Taylor. The rails of all the remaining players vaulted out of their seats to see the showdown unfold on the screens around the table itself.
The turn was a blank, but Lula Taylor spiked the on the river to gasps of disbelief from the Japanese rail and her own supporters. Takagi, on the verge of going from bottom stack to chip leader, has been eliminated in 5th place for $160,715 instead in the most brutal fashion.