Tom "Durrr" Dwan and his first opponent in the Dwan million dollar challenge, Patrik Antonius, managed to put together a fifth session of play over the weekend, although it was brief at only just over half-an-hour and 226 hands with Dwan pleading fatigue
 
Antonius regained some lost ground after a six day break from the Challenge, which still has a monumental 45 822 hands to run in the Antonius bid, with Phil Ivey and David Benyamine waiting to have a crack at Dwan in their 50 000 hand challenges, too.
 
Sunday's clash brought the total number of hands played in the Dwan vs. Antonius sessions to 4 178, with Dwan still in the lead by $140 000.