|Блайндове||500,000 / 1,000,000|
David "BatSoup789" Montoya was the shortest stack left at the table and he pushed all in for 7,169,640 in the cutoff. Harry "Vulvasore" Lodge called from the small blind to put Montoya at risk.
It was a surprisingly good flop for Montoya as the hit the board to give him two pair. However, the on the turn gave Lodge a set of nines and a commanding lead. The completed the board and Montoya was ousted in fifth place.
Harry "Vulvasore" Lodge raised to 1,130,000 on the button and Abhinav "OBellaCiao" Iyer three-bet shoved all in for 3,749,412 from the big blind. Lodge made the call with a big stack in front of him and the cards were on their backs.
Lodge was hoping to have the ace-crackers but the flop of was not looking good for him. The gave Lodge some hope but the on the river secured the double up for Iyer.
Harry "Vulvasore" Lodge has been pushing around his big stack, nearly raising 100% of the hands. By doing so and making a couple of continuation bets on the flop, Lodge has picked up four hands in a row, increasing his stack to over 27,000,000 chips now.
Harry "Vulvasore" Lodge opened to 824,000 in the hijack and Evan "NEONPILS99" Parkes shipped all in for 4,764,664 in the small blind. The action was back on Lodge who made the call.
The flop of left Lodge in the lead with his pair of eights. The on the turn changed nothing and the paired the board on the river. Lodge won the coin flip and Parkes was eliminated in sixth place.
Andreas "Addichip" Phouli was the short stack at the table and he shipped all in for 2,693,720 chips in the hijack. David "BatSoup789" Montoya re-shoved all in for over 5,000,000 on the button and both of the blinds folded.
Phouli was looking to hit an ace in order to stay alive but the flop was of no help. The on the turn and the on the river also bricked out, sending Phouli home in seventh place.
Alex 'astazz' Stasiak opened to 550,000 from under the fun and Norihiro 'orzorz' Otani shipped all in for 2,712,724 from the small blind. The big blind folded and Stasiak quickly called.
It was a coin flip but Stasiak picked up the lead on the flop. The on the turn gave Stasiak trips and the on the river eliminated Otani in ninth place.