With 19 players remaining, the tournament is on a 15-minute break.
Action folded around to Jeff Rossiter in the small blind and he moved all in to put the pressure on short stack Patrick Crivell in the big blind. Crivell, with 226,000 left it looked like, called all in.
The flop was harmless for Crivell. The on the turn already made things a bit tricky and the the on the river sealed the deal. Crivell knocked out of the Aussie Millions Main Event in 20th place, good for 60,000 Australian dollars.
Ben Heath now sits with 1.5 million in chips after a coinflip with tablemate Koray Aldemir.
The two of them got all the money in preflop with Heath’s last 732,000 at risk.
Heath found an ace on the runout to keep his tournament alive and move his stack up to over average.
Marc MacDonnell raised to 43,000 from the cutoff and was called by Peter Aristidou and Koray Aldemir in the blinds.
The flop came and the action checked to MacDonnell who tossed out a continuation bet totalling 73,000. Only Aldemir called as both players watched the drop on the turn.
Aldemir checked over to MacDonnell who slid out 202,000. Aldemir went into the tank for over a minute before he announced all in for around 500,000. MacDonnell immediately mucked his hand as he relinquished the pot to his opponent.
Fedor Holz moved all in from the button and after asking for a count Tobias Hausen made the call from the big blind.
Holz had the better hand but was also the player at risk of elimination.
The board ran out giving Holz top two pairs and granting him the double up.
Koray Aldemir raised the button to 42,000 and the small blind quickly got out of the way. Big blind Jeremy Joseph, though, was down to just under 80,000 and moved all in. Aldemir didn't hesitate and called.
The helped strengthen Aldemir's lead. Joseph was hoping for a king but it wouldn't come. Instead, the and completed the board and Joseph exited in 21st place.
Patrick Crivell was down to just seven big blinds but now he is stacking chips after doubling through Jeff Rossiter.
Rossiter raised to 50,000 on the button before Crivell moved in for his last 144,000 from the small blind. Rossiter called off the remainder and the cards went on their backs.
Crivell was in front and stayed that way as he had already locked up the pot on the turn when the board read to improve him to three of a kind.
Action folded around to Nicholas Wright in the small blind and he bumped it up to 50,000 with Jeff Rossiter making the call from the big blind.
Wright checked the flop over to Rossiter who chose to take control of the hand and fired out a bet of 70,000. Wright thought it over for a minute and then threw in the call.
The turn paired the board and brought checks from both players bring the action to the river.
Wright checked for the third time and Rossiter reached for chips, firing out a bet of 165,000. Rossiter stared impassively over at Wright who, after maybe a minutes thought, pitched his cards into the muck.
Jeremy Joseph raised from the cutoff and was called by Peter Aristidou in the big blind.
The flop came down and Aristidou checked. Joseph fired out another bet and Aristidou called.
The turn brought the and Aristidou checked once more. Joseph slid out 80,000 only for Aristidou to come back over the top with a raise to 180,000. Joseph called.
The completed the board and Aristidou reached for his chips and pushed out 200,000. Jeremy called shortly after, only to muck his hand in disgust when Aristidou tabled for a flopped full house.