Hand #83: Scott Blumstein raised to 2.5 million from early position and Benjamin Pollak three-bet to 6.9 million in the cutoff. The action folded back around to Blumstein who thought for a moment before pushing his cards towards the muck.
Hand #84: Antoine Saout moved all in from early position for 14,150,000 and the action was folded all the way around, allowing Saout to pick up the blinds and antes.
Hand #85: Pollak raised to 2.8 million from early position and Dan Ott shoved all-in for 13,950,000 on the button. The action folded around to Pollak who asked for a count. He leaned back in his chair and took a drink while thinking about his decision. Eventually, Pollak decided to lay his hand down and Ott took down the pot.
Hand #86: The action folded to Blumstein in the small blind who moved all-in, putting Saout in the big blind to the test for his tournament life. Saout briefly thought before making the call.
The flop came and Saout took a commanding lead in the hand. The turn was the and that sealed the deal. The insignificant completed the board and Saout doubled up through Blumstein.