Hand #100: Junzhong Loo opened to 18,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #101: Luke Spano raised to 17,000 and Junzhong Loo called in the big blind before Spano bet 15,000 on the flop. Loo called before both players checked the and on the turn and river.
Spano tabled his , but it would be Loo's that would see him collect the pot.
Hand #102: Aik-Chuan Nee received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #103: From the small blind, Aik-Chuan Nee limped in and Peco Stojanovski checked as the dealer spread a flop. Nee bet out 8,000 and Stojanovski made the call as the landed on the turn and Nee fired again; this time for a 19,000.
Stojanovski made the call, and when the dealer dropped the on the river, Nee pushed out a bet of 48,000. Stojanovski moved all in for 148,000 and Nee snap-called.
Stojanovski tabled his for a full house, but it would Nee's for a straight flush that would see Stojanovski head to the rail in 5th place for an AU$26,862 payday.