Hand #10: [Removed:17] began this hand with the button. Action folded to Mike Leah in the small blind, and he used the power of his chip-leading stack to raise to 60,000 against Jesse Sylvia's big blind. Sylvia folded, and Leah won the pot.
Hand #11: Mike Leah had the button, and [Removed:17] opened with a raise to 50,000 from the cutoff seat. Leah called, everyone else folded, and the flop came down . Yan checked the flop, and Leah bet 55,000. Yan folded.
Hand #12: Jesse Sylvia had the button, and it was Mike Leah starting off the action with a raise to 48,000 from the cutoff seat. Everyone folded, and Leah picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #13: With Sam Khouiss on the button to start the hand, play folded to Jesse Sylvia in the cutoff seat. The 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event runner-up raised to 58,000, and then Khouiss reraised all in for 118,000 in the next seat. After Jonathan Duhamel folded from the small blind, [Removed:17] requested a count on Sylvia's stack from the big blind. Yan then moved all in, and Sylvia quickly folded.
Yan tabled the to dominate Khouiss' .
The flop and turn were , leaving Khouiss needing a jack on the river to stay alive. His cheering section rooted for a jack, and they got what they asked for when the landed on fifth street.
"C'mon Sammy!" was the yell from Khouiss' cheering section. "Let's go, Sammy!"