Hand #123: Andrew Lichtenberger made it 700,000 from the small blind. Ben Heath called from the big blind to see a flop in position. On , Lichtenberger and Heath both checked. The on the turn saw them both check again and the on the river was seen for free and they checked again. Lichtenberger showed but that was no good as Heath took it down with the slightly better .
Hand #124: Andrew Lichtenberger raised to 475,000 from the button. Heath folded but Sam Soverel called from the big blind. On , they both checked. The on the turn paired the board and Soverel bet 1,350,000. Lichtenberger called.
The completed the board and Soverel took his time before he bet 800,000 into 3.95 million. Lichtenberger needed some time too but eventually called. Soverel showed for not much of anything, Lichtenberger took it down with for a slightly better nothing-hand.
Hand #125: Lichtenberger was first to act and opened for 450,000. Ben Heath right next to him three-bet to 1,580,000 and saw all other players fold. Pot to Heath.
Hand #126: Dmitry Yurasov limped in from the small blind and Lichtenberger checked his option in the big blind. On , Yurasov checked. Lichtenberger bet 250,000 and Yurasov folded.
Hand #127: Lichtenberger made it 700,000 from the small blind. Heath called in the big and the two saw a flop of . Lichtenberger checked and so did Heath. The on the turn had Lichtenberger bet 450,000. Heath called.
The 2.5 million in the middle was about to get bigger with the on the river. Lichtenberger bet 1,350,000 and Heath called. Lichtenberger showed for the missed flush draw and Heath took it down with for the better missed flushdraw that made a straight on the river.