Hand #53: Stephen Chidwick was on the button and opened the action with a 60,000 raise, holding . Jake Schindler called from the big blind with . Schindler checked the flop and Chidwick priced his nut-flush draw at 90,000. Schindler escaped.
Hand #54: This time Daniel Negreanu kicked off the action with a 60,000 button-raise with . Keith Tilston had in the big blind and shoved on Negreanu, who immediately released his hand.
Hand #55: Schindler raised the button to 75,000 with and big blind Chidwick accepted the bet with . The flop hid the table and Chidwick check-called another 75,000.
The turn card brought two quick checks and the landed on the river. Chidwick went for a thin value, betting 50,000. Schindler, however, had different plans with his king-high as he jammed for 865,000 effective. Chidwick called after 50 seconds and claim the giant pot to soar over 2 million.
Hand #56: Schindler raised to 60,000 with and small blind Chidwick put in a pile of orange chips worth 100,000 apiece, covering both Negreanu and Schindler. Negreanu called from the big while Schindler backed off.
The board was all but dramatic as Negreanu locked the double already on the turn. Chidwick sent him 640,000 and immediately lost the chip lead he'd earned in the previous hand.
Hand #57: Chidwick raised the button with pocket sixes and took down the pot preflop.