On the heads-up flop of , Sylvain Loosli bet 1,250 in the hijack and Steve O'Dwyer called from one seat over in the cutoff. The on the turn triggered a bet worth 3,000 by Loosli and a call before the Frenchman then made it 7,500 to go on the river. O'Dwyer called and mucked once he was shown the by Loosli.
Soon after, O'Dwyer raised to 750 twice in a row. In the first hand he grabbed the blinds and antes. The second hand saw Martin Finger three-bet to 3,200 in the small blind and O'Dwyer called. On the flop, Finger bet 3,800 and O'Dwyer came along. There was no betting action on the turn and Finger took down the pot uncontested by betting the river for 11,500.