After a couple of preflop raises, Martin Kabrhel and Mark Berman got all of their chips in the middle with Berman at risk for around 50,000. Kabrhel tabled and had Berman in trouble with . The board ran out and Kabrhel held on to eliminate Berman.
In the next hand, Kabrhel opened to 6,000 in the hijack and Markus Ross three-bet to 20,000 on the button. The blinds folded and Kabrhel called to see a flop of . Kabrhel checked to Ross who bet 10,000 and Kabrhel check-raised all in. Ross called off his stack of just under 100,000 and the cards were face up.
The on the turn gave Kabrhel even more outs and the on the river made him a straight. Ross was eliminated and Kabrhel picked up even more chips.
"Three-bet with ace-ten?" Kabrhel asked himself. "I never three-bet with that hand. That's a very, very bad hand."