We didn't catch the full action between Yevgeniy Timoshenko and Joseph Iarussi but the pot was already about 100,000. The board was already complete and Timoshenko showed the .
It was only second best to the of Iarussi though and Louis Laxineta suddenly stood up and cheered. Apparently he was tempted to make a move and go all in preflop with the , which would have sent him to the rail.
As far as Ryan Spittles is concerned, the Brit continued his grind. He bet 14,000 on a flop and then called the 21,000 of his opponent on the turn. Both players then checked the river and Spittles took down the pot with .