Hand #21: Luke Brabin and Zane Ly saw the flop, and Brabin checked to his opponent. Ly fired a bet of 27,000, but he was met with strong resistance in the form of an all-in shove from Brabin. With around 120,000 behind, Ly went into the tank. Ly eventually gave it up, and Brabin won the pot.
Hand #22: Brabin began this hand with the button. He raised to 16,000 and won the pot.
Hand #23: Stephen Lindeblad had the button, and Daniel Murphy opened with a raise to 28,000 from the hijack seat. Everyone folded, and Murphy won the pot.
Hand #24: Didier Guerin had the button. Murphy raised to 18,000 from under the gun, and Brabin called from the next seat in the hijack position. Ly called out of the big blind, and the three players saw the flop come out . All three checked, and the turn was the .
Ly quickly moved all in for 112,000 on fourth street, and Murphy went into the tank, but eventually flicked his cards to the muck. Brabin made a motion that looked like he was going to quickly call, but the World Series of Poker's Jack Effel quickly interjected to make sure nothing happened that influenced the hand. Eventually, Brabin gave it up, and Ly won the pot.