Action folded to David Peters in the small blind and he made it 110,000 to go. Sorel Mizzi was in the big blind and he thought for a moment before announcing an all in raise. Peters called for his tournament life of what looked to be around 890,000 and the hands were turned over.
The two players watched in anticipation as the dealer burned and rolled over a flop of . Mizzi spiked a queen on the flop to take the lead and suddenly it was Peters who was in need of improvement.
Fourth street brought a second queen to the board with the and the board completed with the on the river. Peters was eliminated on the bubble. Mizzi extended his chip lead to about 5.375 million.
Each remaining player is now guaranteed a payday of at least $185,660.