Hand #52: Action folded to Denis Timofeev in the small blind and he raised to 150,000 with . Jonathan Abdellatif defended from the big blind. The flop came and Timofeev bet 110,000 into 320,000. Abdellatif folded.
Hand #53: From the cutoff, Kenneth Smaron opened for 120,000 and Denis Timofeev called with from the button. Harpreet Gill defended his big blind with .
The flop came and Gill checked. Smaron, having flopped top pair, bet 190,000, which got him rid of Timofeev. Gill called with the gutshot, backdoor flush draw and over card.
As the hit the turn, Gill glanced at his chips before checking. Smaron checked behind so the pot remained 785,000 going to the river . Gill bet 275,000, sending Smaron into the tank. He thought about it for some time before he called with the best hand.
Hand #54: Jonathan Abdellatif on the button with raised to 125,000. Harpreet Gill called from the small blind with and flopped best on . Both checked and the on the turn gave Gill a lock on the hand. He lead for 325,000 into the 320,000 pot and Abdellatif called.
The river was as bad a card as there could come for Abdellatif, and as good as could be for Gill. The latter bet 500,000 into 970,000. Abdellatif thought about it for a bit before he called by tossing in a single chip to call.
Hand #55: Harpreet Gill raised to 125,000 from the button with . Kenneth Smaron opted to four-bet to 400,000 holding in the small blind. The big blind gave up and so did Gill after some time in the tank.
Hand #56: Jonathan Abdellatif received a walk in the big blind without looking at his cards. Spoiler alert: it was .
Hand #57: was good enough for Kenneth Smaron under the gun as he used it to raise to 120,000. Big blind Harpreet Gill called with and the flop came .
Gill check-called a bet of 100,000 and the hit the turn. Gill bet 100,000 and Smarron, now with trips, raised to 340,000. Gill called, growing the pot to 925,000.
Meanwhile, Denis Timofeev asked the foor to change the deck. The floor did not oblige, saying they would change the deck at break.
"What if I break one card now?" he asked.
As the completed the board, Gill checked. Smaron bet 655,000 into 1,165,000 and Gill tanked for some time.
"I should've folded pre flop, f#*k!" Gill said before he eventually called.
Smaron showed the winner, Gill mucked with some signs of frustration.