Hand #121: The action folded around to Ralph Wong in the small blind who shipped all in for 5,225,000. Joshua Turner was in the big blind and thought for a minute before jamming chips into the middle to call.
The flop came and Turner still held a dominating lead over Wong. The turn brought the giving Turner a pair of kings and Wong was left drawing dead to the on the river.
Hand #91: Nicholas Salimbene moved all in on the button for 4,500,000. Everyone folded.
Hand #92: Joshua Turner limped in the small blind. Robert Peacock checked. The flop came . Turner bet 600,000, enough to win the pot.
Hand #93: Action folded to Peacock in the small blind. Jacky Wong, in the big blind, commented: ''You shove, I shove!'' Peacock, indeed, did shove but after looking at his cards, Wong mucked saying: ''I'm sorry!''
Hand #94: Ralph Wong opened to 1,000,000 under the gun. He got no action.
Hand #95: Ralph Wong got a walk.
Hand #96: Peacock opened to 1,000,000 under the gun. Everyone folded.
Hand #97: Salimbene moved all in on the cutoff for 4,300,000. He got no action.
Hand #86: Robert Peacock opened to 800,000 from under the gun and everyone folded.
Hand #87: Joshua Turner raised to 1,100,000 in the small blind and Peacock called from the big blind. The flop came and both players checked to the on the turn. Turner led out for 1,100,000 and Peacock quickly discarded his hand.
The blinds increased to 250,000/500,000 with a 50,000 ante.
Hand #88: Peacock shoved all in from the small blind and Jacky Wong mucked from the big blind.
Hand #89: Peacock moved all in on the button and both of the blinds folded.
Hand #90: Turner raised to 1,250,000 from under the gun and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #85: The action folded to Daniel Eichhorn in the small blind who jammed all in for 4,300,000. Ralph Wong was in the big blind and quickly called after looking at his hand.
The flop came and Eichhorn picked up a straight draw to go with his one overcard. The on the turn was of no help and neither was the on the river. Eichhorn headed for the payout desk in sixth place and will take home over $125,000.