Hand #74: Santiago Soriano opened for 2,500,000 first to act, but folded to Ben Underwood's preflop jam for 20,900,000.
Hand #75: Underwood raised to 2,400,000 in the cutoff (or under the gun, depending on your point of view), Soriano calling in the big blind. Both players checked the flop. On the turn, Underwood bet 2,500,000 when it was checked to him and Soriano folded.
Hand #76: Nick Blackburn limped the button, small blind Soriano made it up, and big blind Underwood squeezed it to 4,500,000. Some rapid folds ensued.
Hand #77: Blackburn opened for 2,800,000, big blind Lehavot called. they checked the flop. On the turned Lehavot checked and Blackburn fired 4,000,000, picking up the riverless pot.
Hand #78: Blackburn got a rare walk.
Hand #79: Underwood opened first to act to 2,400,000, called by Blackburn in the small blind only. The flop came , Blackburn checked and Underwood bet 3,500,000; call. The turn prompted another check and another bet in sequence, this one for 6,500,000. Blackburn called with characteristic swiftness. On the , a final check from Blackburn saw Underwood announce his intention to check behind by flipping up , which was good for the pot.