Rasmus Glæsel opened to 53,000, this time from the hijack after having done the same the hand before but getting no resistance. This time, he would meet someone willing to dance. It was Pedro Cabeca in the cutoff that shoved all in for what appeared to be 505,000.
The button and both blinds folded before Glæsel quickly called.
The flop came and Cabeca was already getting up from the table to say his goodbyes. The on the turn and on the river were blanks and Cabeca was headed for the exit.
Down to 15 players now, all guaranteed $32,200 from here on out.