|Блайндове||250,000 / 500,000|
Filippo Ragone shoved in early position for 1,730,000, Michael McCauley jammed as well, and Luigi Curcio called off his remaining 880,000 chips.
The flop of changed nothing as Curcio was in great shape to triple up. The hit the turn and the completed the bicycle straight for McCauley to eliminate both of his opponents at the same time. Curcio finished seventh place because he had fewer chips and Ragone took home sixth-place prize money.
Filippo Ragone shoved for 715,000 and the action folded around to Yuval Bronshtein in the big blind who made the call.
Ragone was able to fade the overcards as the board ran out .
It folded around to Yuval Bronshtein on the button and he shoved all-in for his remaining two million in chips and was called by Neel Joshi in the big blind to put Bronshtein at risk.
The board would run out which was no help to Joshi and Bronshtein would double up his stack.
The action folded around to Neel Joshi in the cutoff and he ripped his entire stack of 2,485,000. The button and small blind quickly folded before Wilson snap-called.
Joshi ran into a monster against the chip leader and the flop gave him a pair of jacks. The hit the turn, giving him a flush draw to go along with his pair and the on the river meant he doubled up for a monster pot with two pair.
Andrew Wilson raised to 325,000 in early position and Marc Lomeo shoved his 425,000 in the middle before Luigi Curcio announced he was all-in and Wilson got out of the way.
It was a classic race and the board ran out for Curcio to make two pair and eliminate Lomeo in eight place for $17,153.
Dara O'Kearney shoved in early position for about 300,000 and Andrew Wilson called next to act.
Wilson was ahead with ace-high and the board ran out for him to eliminate O'Kearney with a pair of aces.