Aris Moschonas sat the next one out, Raghav Bansal moving in on the button for his entire 18,800,000. With the top three stacks within five million chips of each other, this exerted considerable pressure on the other pair. Kempe, after so many big decisions in the heftiest games around presumably immune to pressure, spent some time in the tank before finally laying his hand down.
The next hand, it folded to Rainer Kempe on the small blind, and he played the pressure card of his own, setting still-shortest stacked Aris Moschonas all in. Moschonas made the call with and found himself ahead; Kempe showed .
The flop: . "Queen of nothing!" requested railer Sam Razavi, freshly busted from this event late last night.
The turn and river: - another double for Moschonas, making a good show of his rebuild attempt from one big blind.