Hand #107: Ben Tollerene sticks to his limping strategy out of the small blind, this time with the , and Jake Schindler checked his options. Tollerene bet the minimum on the flop and Schindler check-folded his .
Hand #108: Schindler raised to 240,000 with and Tollerene three-bet to 800,000 with . Schindler reached to his pile of orange chips and matched the price.
The flop was once again better for Schindler who hit the top pair. Tollerene checked his ace-high and Schindler took the betting lead, firing 600,000. Tollerene wasted no time and folded.
Hand #109: Tollerene finally raised from the small blind, making it 180,000 to go with . Schindler had and three-bet to 700,000 to Tollerene's pleasure. Tollerene four-bet shoved to seize the pot and the chip lead.
Hand #110: A limped pot saw both players catch a piece of the flop as big blind Tollerene had the bottom pair with while Schindler had the middle pair with . Schindler bet 80,000 in position and Tollerene called before they both checked the turn and the river, leaving Schindler the winner.
Hand #111: Tollerene limped his and Schindler tapped with . The all-spade flop gave Schindler a flush draw and he checked to Tollerene who bet 80,000. Schindler then threw in 325,000 for a check-raise and Tollerene gave up.