Hand #40: [Removed:4] opened to 70,000 from under the gun and Michael Finstein called from the button.
The flop was and Rudelitz led out for 55,000. Finstein called.
On the turn, Rudelitz slowed down and checked. Finstein then fired out a bet of 100,000 and Rudelitz folded.
Hand #41: Aaron Massey opened with a raise to 65,000 from the hijack seat. Action folded to the big blind where [Removed:4] called.
The fop was and Rudelitz checked. Massey put out a bet of 90,000 and Rudelitz called.
The turn was the and both players checked to see the on the river. Both players checked again and Rudelitz showed down his for a pair of fours. It was good enough and he took down the pot when Massey mucked.
Hand #42: Eric Baldwin opened on the button with a raise to 65,000. Ian Steinman called in the big blind.
The flop was and both players checked to see the on the turn. There, Steinman led for 50,000. Baldwin called.
On the river, Steinman led again for 140,000. Baldwin let go of his hand and Steinman won the pot.
Hand #43: Eric Baldwin opened from the cutoff with a raise to 65,000. Action folded to the big blind where Aaron Massey called.
The flop was and Massey checked to Baldwin who bet 70,000. Massey called.
On the turn, Massey checked again. Baldwin put out a bet of 300,000. Massey slid in the call.
The river was the and Massey checked a third time. Baldwin shoved for a bit over 700,000 and Massey took another look at his hand before announcing a call.
Baldwin turned up his for a runner-runner nut flush. Massey showed his for a flopped pair that also went runner-runner flush. With that cooler of a pot, Balwin moved into the chip lead with a bit over 3,000,000 chips.