Hand #95: Button Soriano raised to 3,200,000 (a min-raise at this stratospheric blind level), picking up the pot uncontested.
Hand #96: Amir Lehavot made up the small blind; Soriano checked. On the flop, Lehavot led out for 2,000,000 and took it down.
Hand #97: Soriano called in the small blind, found Underwood raising to 5,000,000 in the big blind, and moved his whole stack over the line almost before the raising chips had come to a complete stop. Underwood folded.
Hand #98: Lehavot received a walk, and his forced bet and ante back.
Hand #99: Soriano received the same courtesy.
Hand #100: Lehavot raised to 3,800,000 on the button and big blind Underwood set him in. Lehavot snap-called and found himself in dominating shape, with to Underwood's .
Though already ahead, his hand was bolstered by a king on the flop, making him impervious to the on the river (the turn a harmless ).