Hand #67: Renato Kaneoya limped in from the under-the-gun position but then folded after Luis Vazquez raised to 6,900,000 from the big blind.
Hand #68: A walk for Kaneoya.
Hand #69: Svetlozar Nestorov got a walk.
Hand #70: Vazquez raised to 5,400,000 from the under-the-gun position and that was enough to pick up the blinds and antes.
Hand #71: Nestorov raised to 4,800,000 from the button and Jeremy Perrin shoved. Vazquez asked for a count and the dealer confirmed it was for 23,300,000 in total. Vazquez tanked for a while but then folded. Nestorov snap-called.
The flop came to keep Nestorov ahead but the on the turn turned the tables around and now Perrin was ahead. The river completed the board with the to secure the double-up for Perrin.
"You're not calling if I shipped?" Vazquez asked Nestorov.
Nestorov didn't reply.