Ryan Riess raised to 30,000 from under the gun and Matthias Eibinger three-bet to 90,000 in the early position. Jean-Noel Thorel called in the middle position and action folded back to Riess who also called.
The flop came , both Riess and Eibinger checked. Thorel bet 325,000 and Riess called after a while. Eibinger then put in 3,400,000 for the raise, having both of his opponents covered. Thorel announced he was all-in for less. Riess jumped into the tank, using four time-banks, and then folded reluctantly.
They had both flopped an open-ended straight draw but a queen would give Eibinger the win with the king.
The turn was the for them both to hit a straight and the river completed the board with the for them to chop the pot.
James Chen had just taken a seat on the table to bring the total number of entries up to 21.