Hand #50: Raffaele Sorrentino raised to 800,000 and won the pot preflop.
Hand #51: Lachezar Petkov raised in the cutoff to 825,000 with . Brian Kaufman seemed to think hard about defending big blind but mucked.
Hand #52: Action folded to the blinds, where Kaufman completed with . Sorrentino jammed it in for 6.3 million with and won the pot.
Hand #53: Kaufman opened on the button for 850,000 and won with .
Hand #54: Petkov had the and an unknown card and completed, and Andre Akkari checked with . The flop prompted a bet from Petkov, and Akkari folded right away.
Hand #55: Sorrentino picked up and crammed for 7,025,000 in the cutoff. Everyone behind him mucked.
Hand #56: Action folded to the blinds, where Sebastian Sorensson bumped it up with . Big blind Kaufman mucked .
Hand #57: Kaufman got and shipped all in from the small blind for just under 8 million effective. Sorrentino woke up with . The flop and turn meant the pot could be chopped. The wasn't a card that would do it though.