Jean-Noel Thorel opened to 9,000 in the hijack and Harold Ichbia three-bet to 21,500 on the button. The blinds folded and Thorel called to see a flop of . Thorel pushed all in for 85,000 and Ichbia asked for a count before making the call.
It was a great flop for Ichbia that saw him flop top pair with a flush draw. The turn was the and Thorel was already drawing dead to the on the river.
The final 16 players will now redraw for seats at the final two tables.
Hassan Nashar was sitting on a stack of less than 10 big blinds and he pushed all in for 27,500. Sylvain Loosli re-shoved all in from the cutoff and the rest of the table quickly folded.
Nashar was in a fortunate position to be holding two overcards and he managed to take the lead on the flop. However, the on the turn and the on the river gave Loosli a straight and Nashar was sent to the rail.
Ole Schemion raised to 8,500 in middle position and Sam Greenwood was the only caller from the small blind. The flop fell and Greenwood check-called a bet of 16,500 from Schemion.
The turn brought the and Greenwood checked again. Schemion laid out a bet of 34,000, more than half of Greenwood's remaining stack. As his time was running out, Greenwood finally decided to lay his hand down.
A completed board of was already spread across the table and Seth Davies had all of his chips in the middle. His opponent, Dominik Nitsche, already had his cards in the muck as Davies revealed for a rivered flush.
The pot already had over 120,000 in the middle and Davies was all in for 144,500 on the river. Nitsche sent over the majority of his chips and Davies stacked up the chip lead with nearly 400,000 chips.
Nitsche was down to just 61,000 chips and was seen leaving the tournament area just a couple of hands later.
Timothy Adams raised to 6,500 from the hijack and that was about where the normality of this hand ended. Pablo Melogno nearly min-clicked it with a raise to 10,500 from the cutoff. The action came back to Adams who called to see a flop of .
Adams checked to Melogno who bet 6,500 and Adams check-raised to 27,000 after using a time bank. Melogno quickly called and the landed on the turn. Both players checked and the completed the board.
Adams made a very small bet of 12,000 and Melogno shipped all in for around 110,000. Adams wasted little time before dispatching his cards and Melogno scooped the pot.
Hassan Nashar raised to 13,000 from middle position and Lauren Roberts pushed all in for 44,000 in the small blind. Nashar made a quick call and they were off to the races.
Nashar showed against Roberts' and the flop of heavily favored Nashar. The on the turn and the on the river were no help to Roberts as she headed to the rail.
Just a couple of hands later, Nashar got all of his chips in the middle again with pocket tens. Unfortunately for him, this time he was up against the of Dominik Nitsche. The board ran out and Nitsche doubled up his stack of 79,000.
Erik Seidel raised to 7,000 from the hijack and Georgios Kitsios defended from the big blind. The flop came and Kitsios checked to Seidel who continued for 8,500. Kitsios just called and the paired the board on the turn.
Kitsios checked again and Seidel fired another 13,000. Kitsios still called and the landed on the river. Both players knuckled the table and Kitsios tabled for the winner.