Hands #109-115: Mash Jams Repeatedly, Rewarded with Two-Outer Double
Hand #109: Walk for Adam Richardson.
Hand #110: Jim McNurlan raised to 4,000,000 on the button, won the pot, and started the attempt to grind back to the sort of dominating lead he had until just recently.
Hand #111: McNurlan tried it agains the next hand, raising to 2,000,000 first to act, but Mash reraised all in for 15,500,000 and McNurlan folded.
Hand #112: Richardson raised to 2,000,000 and again, there went Mash, all in for 19,500,000 hoovering up the open-raise.
Hand #113: Jean-René Fontaine open jammed 15,800,000, picking up the 2.5 million up for grabs in blinds and ante.
Hand #114: McNurlan raised to 2,000,000 on the button to take his own 2,500,000 down.
Hand #115: Richardson took his turn raising on the button, only to find Mash shoving all in again for 22,000,000. This time a call was in the offiing: it was pair vs. pair, with Mash both the player at risk and having to resort to calling for a ten:
Straight away, Mash got his wish - a flop of . No re-spike for Richardson on the turn and river and suddenly Mash is back in the running.