Hand #72: Luis Vazquez raised to 4.8 million in the small blind and Renato Kaneoya called in the big blind. The flop came and Vazquez bet 3 million. Kaneoya called. On the turn, Vazquez checked and folded to a bet of 9 million by Kaneoya.
Hand #73: Jeremy Perrin open-shoved for 20 big blinds first to act and forced folds all around.
Hand #74: Kaneoya raised to 4.8 million on the button and Svetlozar Nestorov three-bet all in from the small blind. Kaneoya let go.
Hand #75: Nestorov raised to 4.8 million on the button and was called by Perrin in the small blind and Vazquez in the big blind. The trio checked the flop, and Vazquez bet the turn for 6.5 million. Nestorov called while Perrin folded.
On the river, Vazquez bet 13 million and Nestorov called after some consideration. As soon as he did so, Vazquez mucked his cards and the Bulgarian rail started cheering. Nestorov claimed the pot without having to show the cards and jumped into the lead.