Matt Giannetti had the button to start the hand and he raised to 2.6 million. Pius Heinz three-bet to 7.1 million from the small blind before play moved back to Giannetti. Giannetti called.
The flop came down with 16.2 million chips in the middle. Heinz bet 6.9 million. Giannetti made the call and the pot grew to 30 million.
The fell on the turn. Heinz slowed down with a check. Giannetti checked behind. The river was the and Heinz took a few moments before checking. Giannetti checked behind.
Heinz showed the for kings and queens. Giannetti mucked his hand.
The players are now on a 15-minute break.
Martin Staszko had the button. Ben Lamb raised to 2.1 million under the gun, and he'll take the pot.
With Martin Staszko doubling up in the last hand, Lamb is now the shortest stack at the table. He's got 31.55 million now.
Ben Lamb had the button to start this hand.
Martin Staszko raised all in for 21.525 million from the small blind after Pius Heinz raised to 2.1 million from under the gun. Heinz requested a count, got it and then called.
Staszko was on the ropes with his tournament life on the line holding two overs to Heinz's pair. The flop came down and Staszko picked up trip eights to take the lead.
The turn gave Heinz a gutshot for some extra outs to eliminate Staszko with one more card to come.
The river completed the board with the and Staszko successfully doubled up. Ben Lamb is now the short stack.