Hand #106: Joe McKeehen limped the small blind and Arne Kern checked the big. They saw a flop of and McKeehen check-called a bet of 450,000. They checked down the turn and river. McKeehen showed and Kern showed to chop the pot.
Hand #107: McKeehen raised to 900,000 and got two quick folds.
Hand #108: Sam Razavi limped the small blind and McKeehen checked the big. They saw a flop of and Razavi bet 460,000. McKeehen called and they checked the turn and the river. Razavi showed and his pair was enough to take the pot.
Hand #109: McKeehen limped the small blind and Kern checked the big blind. The dealer fanned the flop and McKeehen bet 400,000. Kern called and the hit the turn. McKeehen fired out a bet of 1,250,000 and Kern folded.
Hand #110: Kern limped the small blind and the Razavi checked the big blind. They both checked the flop as well as the turn. The hit the river and Kern bet 500,000. Razavi called turning over for a pair of jacks and Kern showed a before mucking his hand.
Hand #111: Kern raised to 900,000 Razavi reraised to 17,200,000 and Kern called all in for his last 10,700,000. Razavi showed but was dominated by the of Kern. The runout sealed the deal for Kern and he doubled through the chip leader.