Hand #146: Jeff Blenkarn raised to 160,000, Mike Kachan three-bet to 335,000 and they both folded after Andrew Egan four-bet all in.
Hand #147: Egan raised to 160,000 and Klenbarn called to see the flop. Blenkarn checked, Egan bet 225,000 and received a stare from his opponent. Blenkarn folded after giving it some fold. The rail still jokingly cheered for Victor (Skolmstedt).
Hand #148: Blenkarn limped from the small blind and Kachan checked his option in the big blind. After the flop, Blenkarn bet 160,000 and folded once his opponent raised to 400,000.
Hand #149: Eric Shanks raised to 165,000 and Kachan inquired about his stack behind, which would be 1.2 million in chips. Kachan then three-bet to 600,000 and that shut down all further action.
Hand #150: Blenkarn raised to 160,000 and Kachan called on the button. Egan folded his small blind and Shanks now moved all in out of the big blind. Both opponents quickly folded.
Hand #134: Andrew Egan moved all-in and Mike Kachan called. Egan had but Kachan had the . The cards ran out and Kachan doubled up to leave Egan short.
Hand #135: Jeff Blenkarn opened to 175,000 and Viktor Skoldstedt called. Egan moved all-in and there was a side pot. The two active players checked down the board of and Egan tripled up with the winning .
Hand #136: Egan moved all-in and Eric Shanks called with . Egan had . The board ran out for a chop.
Hand #137: Mike Kachan made it 210,000 and won the antes and blinds.
Hand #138: Viktor Skoldstedt raised to 160,000 and Kachan called and checked dark. The flop was and Skoldstedt checked to see the turn . Kachan bet 95,000 and Skoldstedt called. The river was the . Kachan bet 435,000 and tried to talk him out of it, but Skoldstedt called.
Kachan showed for the straight and Skoldstedt mucked.
Hand #121: Viktor Skoldstedt raised to 130,000 and claimed the blinds and antes.
Hand #122: Andrew Egan made it 120,000 to go and nobody called.
Hand #123: The action folded to Jeff Blenkarn in the small blind and he raised to 130,000. Mike Kachan called and they saw the flop. Both checked and Blenkarn took down the pot on the turn with a bet of 125,000.
Hand #124: Egan raised to 125,000 and Blenkarn called to see the heads-up flop of . Egan checked, Blenkarn bet 155,000 and Egan called to see the on the turn.
Egan checked once again and Blenkarn fired his second bullet worth 305,000. It took a good one minute before Egan grabbed into his stack and called. Both checked the river and Blenkarn tabled as the winning hand.