Hand #18: Jason Mann started the hand with the button. Sergio Castelluccio raised to 240,000 from the hijack seat.. Everyone folded, and he won the pot.
Hand #19: Marc McLaughlin had the button. Play folded to the cutoff seat where Jason Mann decided to make it 255,000 to go. All folded, and Mann took the pot.
Hand #20: Bruno Kawauti had the button. For the second hand in a row, Jason Mann opened with a raise to 255,000, this time from the hijack seat. In the big blind, Chris Lindh reraised to 685,000. Mann tanked, then called.
The flop came down , and Lindh was first to act. He took his time, then fired 840,000. Mann raised all in for 3.665 million. Lindh requested a count and thought about it for a little bit. He then called.
Mann showed the for two pair, tens and fives. Lindh had him beat with the for queens and fives.
The turn was the , leaving Mann needing a ten on the river. The wasn't what he was looking for, though, and Mann was eliminated.