Hand 23: We missed this hand because of a segment on the stream.
Hand 24: Jason Wheeler opened in the cutoff making it 220,000. Jason Wheeler defended his big blind with and checked on . Wheeler bet 205,000 into 540,000 and Mrkaes peeled. The hit the turn and Mrakes bet 525,000 into 950,000. Wheeler called with his bottom pair and flush draw, growing the pot to 2 million.
The completed the board and Mrakes checked. Wheeler was happy to check behind and took down the pot.
Hand 25: Kalidou Sow on the button raised to 215,000 with . Gabriele Lepore found in the big blind and moved in for 1,430,000. Sow folded.
Hand 26: Harry Lodge moved in with for 825,000 and he took down the blinds and antes as Jason Wheeler folded his big blind with .
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Hand 15: Kalidou Sow opened for 180,000 and Jason Wheeler defended his big blind with . On a flop of , Wheeler check-folded to Sow's 190,000 continuation bet.
Hand 16: Action folded to Jason Wheeler in the small blind and he moved in with to put the pressure on Harry Lodge. Lodge found nothing to go to battle with and folded his .
Hand 17: Michal Mrakes opened under the gun for 160,000 with . Jason Wheeler, on the button, picked up and made it 420,000 to go. Lodge and Sow both folded queen-ten suited before Mrakes moved in for 3,950,000.
"Can I get a count please?" Wheeler asked the dealer.
When he heard it was just under 4 million, he called.
The 8,080,000 pot would go to Mrakes as the board came .
Hand 11: Jason Wheeler opened on the button for 200,000 with and Kalidou Sow defended big blind with . The board read when Sow check-called 200,000 on the turn. The river was a and both players checked, so the threes took it.
Hand 12: Sow held in the small blind and completed. Michal Mrakes checked his option with . Sow bet 80,000 on the flop. Mrakes raised and won the pot.
Hand 13: Colin Robinson opened with . Everyone folded behind him, with hands like and hitting the muck from Wheeler and Mrakes, respectively.
Hand 14: Wheeler raised first to act to 180,000 with . Sow made it a three-bet to what appeared to be 395,000 with . Wheeler peeled and they saw a flop. Wheeler check-called 280,000. The turn was a . Action checked to the . Wheeler fired in 525,000 with his trips and Sow tried getting some info out of Wheeler before putting in a reluctant call.