Hand #1: Richard Milne raised to 50,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #2: Steve Gross raised to 41,000 and folded after Neo Hoang moved all in.
Hand #3: Viktor Skoldstedt raised to 45,000 and all players, including Jeff Blenkarn, folded their cards. Blenkarn showed .
Hand #4: Mike Kachan raised to 42,000 and folded after Milne made it 110,000 to go.
Hand #5: Hoang raised to 54,000 and Milne three-bet to 130,000. Hoang called and they both checked the flop. On the turn, Hoang bet 125,000 and Milne expressed his frustration with the charming Scottish accent before mucking .
Matt Salsberg opened the action with a raise to 50,000 from early position and got called by Raymond Henson as well as Richard Milne and Andrew Egan in the blinds. On the flop, the action folded to Salsberg and he moved all in for 223,000 chips. Henson called and both players in the blinds folded.
The TV producer needed a queen to stay alive but the board completed with the turn and the river. Salsberg shook hands with his opponents and then left the tournament area.
Steve Gross opened for 41,000 and Viktor Skoldstedt made it 72,000. Gross had a look at how much Skoldstedt was playing and made the call.
The flop was and both players checked. The arrived on the turn and Gross check-called a 70,000 bet from Skoldstedt. The river saw Gross check and another bet from Skoldstedt. this time for 70,000. Gross shuffled his cards about for a bit before folding.
In the last two hands on the secondary table before we got down to ten-handed, Neo Hoang doubled up with against the of Andrew Egan. One hand later, Hoang raised to 60,000 from the button and Egan moved all in for 550,000. Both players exchanged some banter and Hoang eventually let his hand go.