Philipp Gruissem is among the shorter stacks left in the tournament, but he just picked up some steam after beating Alexander Lynskey out of a pot.
Gruissem raised from the cutoff to 12,000 and Lynskey defended from the big blind, creating heads up action.
The flop brought and both players checked, putting the on the turn. Lynskey checked again and now Gruissem bet 16,000, which was called by the Aussie.
On the river the hit and Lynskey check-folded to a bet of 50,000.