Six more relatively quiet hands marked the no-limit hold'em round as the final five players continue to cycle through the 10 games.
The first NLHE hand saw Scott Abrams raise to 15,000 from the cutoff, Brandon Wong three-bet to 50,000 from the small blind, and Abrams fold.
The next was a limped pot between Sebastian Saffari and Philip Sternheimer playing in the blinds. Sternhemier fired on an all-spade flop — — and took the pot.
Saffari then button-raised to 12,000 and got one call from Abrams in the big blind. The flop came . Abrams checked, Saffari bet 11,000, and Abrams folded.
Then Abrams opened for 16,000 from the small blind and Christopher George called from a seat over. The flop came , and Abrams bet 19,000, good enough to win the pot.
The round then ended quietly with a couple more raise-and-take hands.