Chris Moorman just managed to flop a Royal Flush with . He didn't win that many chips but he does win a free cruise courtesy of the World Poker Tour for doing so.
Richard Buck had opened preflop with Ram Vaswani calling in the small blind before Morten Mortensen squeezed to 12,600. Buck moved all in for 36,800 and Vaswani folded.
The Dane got a count, didn't like it too much but made the call.
The board came and Buck saw his eights counterfeited on the river allowing Mortensen to win without ever hitting his hole cards.
On the river of a board, Sergio Aido checked and Alex Goulder thought for a moment before moving all in. Aido snap-called with and Goulder was crestfallen to find his was second best.
Aido is up to 160,000.
On the turn of a board, Jamie Roberts checked and Ludovic Geilich bet 16,500. Roberts made the call and the river was the . Roberts checked again and Geilich moved all in.
Roberts tanked for several minutes before finally calling off his last 30,000. Geilich was forced to table and Roberts won the pot with .
Dave Nicholson moved all in from early position for his last 16,100 and it was passed to Christos Kyprianou in the big blind who thought for a minute then made the call.
The board came to knock 'Lil Dave' out.
Players are on a 15-minute break.
You can now find a full list of payouts by clicking the tab at the top of this page. First place will receive £200,000 including a seat at the WPT Championships in Las Vegas. There are 45 places paid in total with a minimum payout being £6,000.