|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Ole Schemion opened with a raise from the button, and Alexandre Reard called in the big blind.
Reard checked on the flop, and then called a 135,000 bet from Schemion.
The turn card was the , and Reard bet again. Schemion pushed forward a stack worth 450,000 and Reard checked his hand.
The Frenchman thought for 20 seconds before he let his hand go, and Schemion picked up the pot uncontested.
Tomas Paiva is the current short stack at the final table, and just shoved two hands in a row from the cutoff and button, taking down the pot and winning the blinds and antes both times.
The action folded to Daniel Dvoress on the button, and he raised to 100,000. Michael Addamo was in the small blind and moved all in for around 350,000.
Danny Tang looked down at his hand in the big blind and paused for a couple of seconds. He then rechecked his hand and frustratedly folded before Dvoress called.
Addamo was in good shape for the double up and held after the board fell. On a side note, Tang told the table he would have won had he called, but folded in a touch-and-go situation pre-flop.
Daniel Dvoress opened to 100,000 and got calls from Henrik Hecklen and Ole Schemion in the blinds. Both checked to Dvoress on the board and he bet 225,000. Schemion called.
The turn was the and Schemion check-folded to 650,000 from Dvoress.
A short while later Hecklen opened to 110,000 and Schemion called. Hecklen bet 150,000 on the flop, but check-folded to a bet of 220,000 from Schemion on the turn.
Ole Schemion raised to 115,000 from the hijack and saw Jasper Meijer van Putten call from the cutoff. Alexandre Reard was on the button and three-bet to 500,000 which signaled an all in from Schemion for around 1,400,000.
Van Putten folded, and Reard called.
Schemion tabled , and Reard matched him with .
The board fell and the players chopped up the pot.
The remaining eight players have gone on their first 20-minute break of the day. Here are the chip counts with Daniel Dvoress holding 29% of the chips in play.
The players are now on a 20-minute break.
Michael Addamo raised to 80,000 from the cutoff and saw both Danny Tang, on the button, and Henrik Hecklen, in the big blind, call.
The flop fell , and Hecklen bet out 90,000, which Addamo called before Tang folded.
The turn was the , and Hecklen's 180,000 bet was again called by Addamo.
The river card fell the and Hecklen bet three-streets, this time for 535,000.
Addamo was sat with a 900,000 stack and thought for 25 seconds before he reluctantly threw a calling chip into the middle.
Hecklen revealed for trips and Addamo mucked, which left him on just ten big blinds.