Hand #26: Nicolas Fierro opened to 65,000 from the hi-jack only to have Richard Dubini make it 140,000 next to speak on the button. Fierro folded and Dubini captured another pot.
Hand #27: Joao Dorneles Neto opened to 65,000 only to have Richard Dubini three-bet next to act to 152,000. The action folded back to Neto and he four-bet to 362,000.
Dubini looked up Neto's stack before making it 600,000 only to have Neto move all in with Dubini instantly calling.
With Neto needing to spike to stay alive, the flop saw his rail of Brazilians scream in excitement as Neto took a commanding lead.
The on the turn changed little, and when the completed the board, Neto went running to his rail to celebrate as he moved into the chip lead with 3.4 million.
Dubini on the other hand was left with only 25,000 - not even enough to match the big blind.