Hand #95: Berger folded his button. From the small blind Perrins raised to 150,000. Pro called from the big blind. The flop came down and Perrins led for 120,000. Pro then tossed in a reraise to 300,000. That reraise drew a call from Perrins. The turn was the . On that card Perrins checked to Pro who fired off 350,000. Perrins called again. The river was the and Perrins checked for a second time. Pro put out a big bet of 500,000. Perrins called after thinking about it for nearly a minute. Perrins turned up his for top two pair and that drew a muck from Pro, leaving him with the shortest stack.
Hand #96: From the small blind Arthur Pro made the call. Out of the big blind, Seth Berger opted to put in a raise to 80,000 more. Pro folded and Berger took down the pot.
Hand #97: From the button Arthur Pro shoved all in and he was able to collect the blinds and antes.
Hand #98: Seth Berger opened with a raise to 140,000 from the button. From the small blind, Matt Perrins reraised to 380,000. Pro folded his big blind. Berger called the raise from Perrins. The flop came down and Perrins led for 375,000. Berger opted to reraise to 790,00. Perrins folded allowing Berger to take down the pot.
Hand #99: Perrins opened with a raise to 120,000. From the small blind Arthur Pro moved all in. With action back on Perrins he quickly called.
The flop came down giving pro an immediate lead. Perrins' rail cheered for a ten on the turn but the came instead, still giving Perrins a flush draw and drawing "Ooooo"s and "Ahhh"s from the rail. The river was the though, and that allowed Pro to double up through Perrins.