Hand #90: Carlton raised to 115,000 from under the gun, and Taylor called from the small blind. The flop came , and Taylor checked to Carlton, who obliged him with a bet of 90,000. Taylor came along and the turn card was the , which prompted another check by Taylor. Carlton continued his aggressive line with a bet of 265,000, and Taylor made the call once again, bringing the on the river. Both players opted to slow down and check, with Taylor revealing the . Carlton showed the , however, for a rivered pair of tens, and the pot was shipped his way.
Hand #91-93: Carlton received a walk in the big blind, as did Cada on the next deal, and Mutke on the hand after that.
Hand #94: Cada opened for 100,000 on his button, Mutke called from the small blind, and Taylor defended his big blind. On the flop of , the action was checked to Cada, who fired away with a bet of 100,000. Mutke sprung his trap with a raise to 300,000, but Cada called to peel off the on the turn. Manuel checked for a second time, and Cada contemplated for thirty seconds or so before betting again, this time for 300,000. Mutke opted to forgo the check-raise on fourth street, flatting instead, and the completed the board on the river. Mutke tapped the table once more, and Cada checked behind. Mutke rolled iver the