Carlo Savinelli pushed all in for 745,000 from the cutoff and Milad Oghabian asked for a count in the small blind, then called. Francisco Benitez in the big blind was also interested and gave it some thought, then called.
The remaining two active players checked the flop and Oghabian checked the on the turn, which prompted a bet of 500,000 by Benitez. Oghabian called and the appeared on the river. Oghabian moved all in for 2.17 million and that sent Benitez deep into the think tank. After more than three minutes the clock was called and he folded.
Savinelli flipped over and Oghabian claimed the pot with for a straight.
"Would you have folded on the flop?" Benitez asked and Oghabian shook his head.
Tuomo Niskanen opened the action with a raise to 230,000 from middle position and Jans Arends three-bet to 620,000 on the button. Niskanen called, and both players checked on the flop. The turn was the , and Niskanen bet 775,000 which Arends called.
On the river, Niskanen put Arends to the test and moved all in. The latter would have to put his tournament life on the line to call and went into the tank. He thought for a couple of minutes before he tentatively folded and Niskanen didn't oblige to show one card when asked by tablemate Jack Salter.
[Removed:289] was left with just a T-25,000 with three tables remaining and managed to double multiple times to remain in contention. However, his miracle run came to an end in 14th place.
[Removed:290] raised to 425,000 from early position with 385,000 behind and Francisco Benitez three-bet to 750,000 in the small blind. [Removed:290] checked the screens and other table and said "It's a pay jump, sorry," while waiting some more. Ignacio Barcenas Romera was having none of it and called the clock on [Removed:290], and he called all in moments after he was given 30 seconds to act, Benitez called.
Benitez paired up on the flop and proceeded to improve to the nut flush on the turn and river runout, eliminating [Removed:290] in 14th place for €23,900.
The board was down , and a substantial pot had already been mustered. The river was the , and Bernardo Dias checked in the big blind. Marian Virlanuta was playing from early position and moved all in, which was instantly called by Dias.
Virlanuta revealed for king high, and Dias revealed to win the pot and leave former big stack Virlanuta with just seven big blinds,