|Блайндове||40,000 / 80,000|
Players are on a 15-minute break.
In the last hand before the break, Dylan Linde shoved for 404,000 from under the gun. Everyone folded to Aaron Hirst in the big blind, who called all in for 218,000 after mulling it over for a minute.
Hirst hit the jack he needed on the flop. The turn and river didn't help Lynde, who had to fork over more than half his stack.
Shai Zurr raised to 55,000 from the hijack and David Valcourt moved all in for 182,000 from the button. Zurr called.
The board ran out and Valcourt doubled up.
John Brown in the small blind completed, but David Valcourt went all in from the big blind. Brown called.
The board ran out , adding up to aces and nines for Brown who managed to double up.
Yiannis Liperis moved all in from the hijack for 312,000. It folded to Phong Nguyen in the big blind.
"I'm not sure if I want to flip for this much," he said, but eventually he called.
The board ran out and the set for Nguyen eliminated Liperis in 12th place for $13,242
Phong Nguyen shoved all in for 245,000 from the hijack. Action folded to Ognjen Sekularac in the big blind who called.
The board ran out . Nguyen's ace-king held and he doubled up.
After being left crippled in the big hand against Ognjen Sekularac, Cristiano Guerra shoved a couple of times in a row to pick up some blinds and antes.
This time, Guerra shoved for 181,000, and Joseph Liberta reshoved from the small blind.
The flop all but sealed it for Guerra, who had a near mortal lock on the hand. Liberta picked up some outs when the landed on the turn, however, which gave him an inside straight draw.
Sure enough, the landed on the river to improve Liberta to Broadway and end Guerra's run in cruel fashion. The Italian received $10,432 for his 13th-place finish.
Ognjen Sekularac raised to 50,000 from middle position. Joseph Liberta called in the small blind and Anton Bertilsson called in the big blind.
The flop came and it checked to Sekularac who continued for 90,000. Liberta folded and Bertilsson moved all in for around 300,000. Sekularac called.
The turn was the and Sekularac celebrated loudly as he counterfeited his opponent. The river was the and Bertilsson was eliminated in 14th place for $10,432.
The board read , Dylan Linde checked from the under-the-gun position, so did Alex Foxen from the cutoff with there already being about 330,000 in the pot.
The turn gave them the . Linde bet 120000 and Foxen called.
The on the river completed the board,. After taking his time to take a decision, Linde decided to bet 240,000. Foxen called. Linde showed for a pair of queens. Foxen showed for an overpair, though, and claimed the pot.