|Blinds||800,000 / 1,600,000|
Hand #46: Sebastian Sorensson received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #47: Lachezar Petkov opened to 625,000 with from under the gun. Andre Akkari three-bet to 1,675,000 with from the cutoff. Petkov gave it some thought before folding.
Hand #48: Akkari raised to 650,000 with from under the gun. Raffaele Sorrentino shoved for 4,875,000 from the small blind, and Akkari folded.
Hand #49: Sorensson limped in with from under the gun and Akkari checked his big blind with .
A third ace hit the flop and Akkari check-called a 750,000 bet. The turn went check/check. Akkari bet 875,000 on the river and Sorensson called for the chop pot.
Hand #42: Lachezar Petkov raised under the gun to 625,000 with and Sebastian Sorensson looked down at on the button. He put in a reraise to 1,675,000. The blinds mucked and Petkov gave up his suited ace.
Hand #43: Andre Akkari made it 650,000 under the gun with . Raffaele Sorrentino called with in the small blind. Both checked the to see the fall. Sorrentino bet small with 325,000 and Akkari went nowhere. A double-paired the board. Sorrentino fired 1.1 million. Akkari thought about 30 seconds and called to win the pot.
Hand #44: Sorensson raised it up to 650,000 with , the third straight hand there was an under-the-gun open. This time, Akkari picked up in the big blind and just called. Sorensson bet 775,000 on the flop and got more action. The turn was a and Akkari came out betting with 1,275,000. Sorensson wanted to see the river, which was a .
Both players checked the river and Akkari took it down.
Hand #45: Brian Kaufman came in for the minimum with first to act. Sorrentino came along with a hand that contained the . Akkari completed with . Sorensson made it 1 million with in the big blind. Kaufman and Sorrentino came along, and the flop came .
Sorensson checked, Kaufman bet 1,275,000, and Sorrentino folded. Sorensson followed suit after a few moments.
Hand #37: Lachezar Petkov raised to 625,000 with from under the gun. It got folded to Raffaele Sorrentino in the big blind, who defended .
The flop was and Sorrentino checked. Petkov bet 525,000, eliciting a fold from Sorrentino.
Hand #38: Sebastian Sorrensson opened to 650,000 with from the cutoff. Petkov defended his big blind with .
Both players checked the flop. On the turn, Petkov checked, Sorensson bet 850,000, and Petkov folded.
Hand #39: Sorrentino picked up on the button and came in with a raise to 650,000. Andre Akkari folded in the big blind.
Hand #40: Brian Kaufman raised to 700,000 with from under the gun. Akkari was in the small blind and three-bet to 2,050,000 with . Kaufman folded the best hand and the Brazilian Team PokerStars Pro took down another pot with a three-bet.
Hand #41: Now on the button, Akkari raised to 650,000 with and Kaufman defended in the big blind.
Both players caught a piece of the flop. Kaufman checked, Akkari continued with 550,000, and Kaufman called with his flush draw.
The came on the turn and Kaufman led out for 1,350,000. Akkari took his time, then folded the best hand.
Hand #31: Lachezar Petkov was first to act and made it 625,000 to go with . Raffaele Sorrentino defended the big blind with . Sorrentino check-folded to 425,000.
Hand #32: Brian Kaufman picked up the on the button and made it 750,000 to go. Petkov had in the big blind and defended. The flop prompted two checks and an hit. Check-check to the and Kaufman finally showed some aggression with a bet, but Petkov released instantly.
Hand #33: Kaufman opened with in the cutoff and Andre Akkari put 450,000 more in from the big blind with . Both players checked the , bringing a . Akkari check-folded to 700,000 on the river after both saw it for free.
Hand #34: Petkov opened on the button with to 625,000. Sebastian Sorensson defended big blind with . The flopped, and Sorensson check-folded to a continuation-bet of 525,000.
Hand #35: Sorrentino opened under the gun with and Akkari called on the button with . Sorensson gave up pocket twos, and Kaufman put in 325,000 more with .
The board ran out and Sorrentino finally bet the river for 700,000. Both opponents laid down their boats.
Hand #36: Petkov raised first to act with . Sorrentino defended big blind with . Petkov bet 525,000 on the flop. Sorrentino thought a bit but folded.
Hand #27: Raffaele Sorrentino raised to 800,000 with in the small blind. Lachezar Petkov called with in the big blind.
Sorrentino bet 700,000 on the flop and Petkov snap-folded.
Hand #28: Sorrentino raised to 650,000 on the button with the showing. Andre Akkari put in a light three-bet with from the big blind, reraising to 1,900,000. Sorrentino folded his hand.
Hand #29: Petkov raised to 625,000 with a on the button and the blinds folded.
Hand #30: Another 625,000 raise from Petkov, this time with from the cutoff. Akkari put in a three-bet to 1,700,000 with on the button.
Sebastian Sorensson woke up with in the small blind and cut out a four-bet to 3,375,000. Petkov quickly folded, Akkari postured for a bit before folding as well. Sorensson became the new chipleader after the hand.
Hand #22: Raffaele Sorrentino completed the blind with . Lachezar Petkov tossed in his chips with to see a flop. Sorrentino checked and Petkov checked back. The hit and Petkov called a min-bet of 250,000. On the river, Sorrentino fired again for 475,000. Petkov fired in a raise to 1,125,000. Sorrentino found the fold button.
Hand #23: Brian Kaufman raised with to 525,000 in the cutoff. Petkov put in a three-bet to 1,525,000 in the small blind with , chasing everyone away.
Hand #24: Petkov came in firing again with a button raise to 525,000 with . Andre Akkari wasn't having it with in the small blind, reraising to 1,650,000. That slowed Petkov down and sent the pot to the PokerStars Team Pro.
Hand #25: Dealt in the cutoff, Petkov came in for another 525,000 raise. Sorensson flatted the small blind with . The flop prompted a bet of 950,000 from Sorensson, which won him the pot.
Hand #26: Three players saw a flop for the minimum. Two checks ahead of him prompted a bet of 675,000 with Sorensson, and he won holding . Both blinds folded bottom pair.
Players went on break for 20 minutes.