|Blinds||30,000 / 60,000|
John Juanda got his last 177,000 in the middle with and soon found out he was in trouble as small blind Mustapha Kanit looked him up with . The flop of helped Juanda in front though, and he stayed in the clear after the on the turn and on the river.
James Chen opened the cutoff for 28,000 and saw small blind Ryan D'Angelo three-bet to 90,000. Chen four-bet to 260,000 with 722,000 behind and D'Angelo moved all in. Chen did one last double check on his cards before he called to create a 2 million-pot by calling all in for 982,000.
The flop of was all Chen and the on the turn guaranteed him the double up. The river was of no importance and Chen doubled up.
Ryan D'Angelo opened the cutoff for 27,000 and his neighbor Brandon Adams on the button three-bet to 85,000. Both blinds folded and D'Angelo four-bet to 225,000. Adams called in position. The flop came and D'Angelo bet 160,000. Adams raised to 425,000 but folded to D'Angelo's shove.
Antoine Saout opened the hijack for 27,000 and James Chen called from the cutoff. Small blind Ryan D'Angelo squeezed to 115,000 and Saout clicked it back to 203,000. Chen folded, D'Angelo called out of position with 380,000 behind.
The flop came and D'Angelo checked. Saout bet 125,000 and D'Angelo moved all in. Saout called instantly.
D'Angelo shook his head, got up from the table and started getting his stuff. With his backpack on, he looked on as the hit the turn. All of the sudden, he had a flush draw and all he needed was a club to double up. The river did exactly that and not it was Saout shaking his head a bit.
Brandon Adams opened the button for 30,000 and small blind Pratyush Buddiga shoved for about 360,000. Mustapha Kanit folded his big blind, Adams wasted no time calling.
Buddiga was looking for a five but would not find it. Instead, the board gave Adams a full house with and Buddiga hit the rail in eighth place, good for A$119,700.
The remaining two tables have been merged into one single final table.
Ryan D'Angelo raised his button to 27,000 and big blind Antoine Saout called. Both checked the flop before the dealer burned and turned the . Saout lead out for 30,000 and D'Angelo called. The river had Saout bet 140,000 and D'Angelo called just about instantly. Saout showed and D'Angelo turned over a winner with the .
Another 15-minute break. The following chip counts are a rough estimate: