Hand #6: Brian Yoon raised to 40,000 out of the small blind, winning the blinds and antes.
Hand #7: Josh Arieh raised to 33,000 in early position, Ardit Kurshumi three-bet to 82,000 on his direct left, and no one called.
Hand #8: Yoon raised to 35,000 in the cutoff, winning the blinds and antes.
Hand #9: Josh Bergman raised to 40,000 out of the small blind, Arieh three-bet to 96,000 in the big blind, and Bergman folded.
Hand #10: Yoon raised to 35,000 in middle position, Kanit three-bet to 93,000 in the hijack, and Bergman cold four-bet to 151,000 on the button. There was a little bit of confusion as to what the amount of the four-bet should be - Bergman put out less than a legal raise - and the amount was eventually determined.
Yoon quickly folded, Kanit five-bet to 285,000, and Bergman moved all in for 795,000. Kanit snap-called.
Bergman was once again trailing with queens against kings, but he flopped a set when the dealer fanned . He improved to quads with the case-queen () on the turn, and a meaningless completed the board.