Hand #210: Lindgren opened to 160,000, and Markholt flatted to see the flop. After Markholt checked, Lindgren bet 175,000, and Markholt grabbed a stack equal to 595,000, sliding it forward slowly for a raise. Lindgren announced himself all in after a moment's pause, but Markholt ended the drama with a quick fold.
Hand #211: Markholt mucked his button, giving Lindgren a walk.
Hand #212: Lindgren opened to 160,000, taking the pot down without a contest.
Hand #213: Markholt opened to 160,000 from the button, Lindgren flatted, and the flop came . After a check by Lindgren, Markholt continued with a bet of 160,000. Lindgren surrendered, and the pot was pushed to Markholt.
Hand #214: Lindgren continued to lean on Markholt, raising to 160,000 from the button, and he called to see the flop come . Both players tapped the table, and the arrived on the turn. Markholt led out for 160,000, and Lindgren made the call, bringing the on the river. Markholt fired a bet of 380,000 after a brief pause, and Lindgren stared straight ahead while contemplating his decision. He suddenly announced himself all in, and a difficult decision was put to Markholt.
With a boisterous Gavin Smith arriving on the rail to serenade the Mothership stage with outbursts of support for Lindgren, hollering "the cavalry is here!," and heckling everyone in sight, Markholt eventually released his hand to the pressure play.