Julian Thomas in the small blind and Dominik Panka in the big blind had reached the turn of a board reading . Thomas checked and Panka bet 52,000. Thomas made the call and they saw the river card . Thomas moved all in and got an instant call from Panka’s . Thomas held and was out of the high roller in 14th.
Yann Dion opened for 20,000 and Nikolay Losev raised to 50,000. The small blind folded but Albert Daher defended his big blind and Dion made the call so they went three ways to the flop of . Daher and Dion checked to the raiser and Losev bet 60,000. Daher called and Dion got out of the way. The turn card was the and now Daher decided to lead out for 113,000. Losev thought for a while and made the call. The river was the and Daher announced “Three hundred.” Before sliding out three towers of chips for his 300,000 bet. Losev counted his stack down, thought about it some more and made the call. Daher flipped over his for flopped trips to win a huge pot and shoot into the chip lead.
While Rasmus Agerskov was being knocked out, the other table was still on the same hand for ten minutes. The board was reading and Adrian Mateos Diaz had check-raised all in for 243,000 over the top of Dominik Panka's 87,000 river bet.
The newly-crowned PCA Champion took a long time thinking before eventually making the call. Diaz showed for the full house and Panka was forced (by the rules concerning all-in showdowns) to table .
Yann Dion, who has been pushing with great frequency moved all in from late position only this time Rasmus Agerskov made the call behind him.
The board came giving Dion a full house, there was a countdown and the French-Canadian had the Dane covered, thus eliminating him from the tournament.
Marton Czuczor opened to 22,000 from early position and quickly called all in when Martin Staszko shoved from the big blind.
The board offered Czuczor a brief fright coming but after the hand it was Staszko who was short.
Ondrej Vinklarek moved all in and was call by Marcin Wydrowski who had almost exactly the same amount of chips. Vinklarek had against the pair of Wydrowski. The cards fell and with Vinklarek covering Wydrowski by 2,000 he was out.
Yann Dion moved all in from the cut-off with and found a caller in Davidi Kitai in the big blind who held . Kitai was marginally ahead but he couldn’t finish his man as the board ran out ensuring Dion survived.
Ondrej Vinklarek moved all in for 38,000 and was called by Adrian Mateos Diaz. Vinklarek had and Diaz the . The dealer dealt and Vinklarek’s straight put him back in with a chance.