Hand #59: Brandon Paster opened for 55,000, Gabriel Nassif made it 201,000 from the button, Paster re-raised which was enough to set Nassif all in. The hands:
The flop came to move Nassif into the lead and a frustrated Paster walked off to the back of the room. The turn and river did nothing to change the outcome and Nassif doubled up to 825,000. Paster came back muttering "poker sucks" under his breath.
Hand #60: Nassif raised to 50,000 from the cutoff and won the blinds when everyone folded.
Hand #61: Paster raised to 50,000 and won the blinds when everyone folded.
Hand #62: Marcel Vonk raised the pot from the small blind and Kevin Saul folded his big blind.
Hand #63: Matthew Dames opened for 84,000, Dmitrii Valouev raised pot setting himself all in, and Dames made the call. The hands were turned over:
The flop came keeping Valouev's kings in the lead. The turn was the giving Dames a gutshot straight draw. The river, however, was the and Valouev doubled up to 350,000 while sending Dames to the shortest stack at the table with 60,000 in chips.