Hand #77: Adam Richardson got a rare (up til now) walk, Jim McNurlan quickly giving up his small blind.
Hand #78: Mash got his own walk, Richardson passing the blind he just received around clockwise.
Hand #79: McNurlan raised to 2,400,000 preflop, no call.
Hand #80: McNurlan took his turn receiving a decision-free walk.
Hand #81: McNurlan flicked in the 400k to make up the small blind and Richardson checked his option. There was a check-fest all the way to the river as the board ran out , McNurlan winning at showdown with .
Hand #82: McNurlan raised to 1,800,000; Richardson and Mash gave up their blinds.
Hand #83: McNurlan limped in for 800,000 under the gun and saw a flop three-way with Mash and Fontaine in the blinds. The flop was checked round but McNurlan took the pot with a 2,500,000 bet on the turn. Fontaine tanked for a little while before folding this one, a change from the very fast paced turn this final table has taken.