After winning a small pot against chip leader Tyler Groth, Allan Le took on Darren Taylor and called the raise to 90,000 by the Northern Irishman when sitting in the big blind.
The flop fell , and both players checked. Le also checked the turn, and Taylor bet 115,000. Le asked for the stack size of Taylor, who had around 550,000 behind, and check-raised the pot to see Taylor call all in.
The rail of Taylor fell silent, as their countryman was already drawing dead with Le holding the last jack in the deck in his hand. The meaningless on the river completed the board, and Taylor was eliminated in fourth place for $56,224.
The remaining three players will be heading into the dinner break shortly and have $78,372 locked up apiece.