Dario Sammartino and Darren Grant got all the chips in the middle preflop, with Grant at risk.
The board came and Grant drilled a ten on the river to remain in contention.
Jamie Sequeira opened to 150,000 and it folded to Daniel Strelitz who three-bet to 450,000 in the cutoff. Sequeira opted to call. The flop came and Sequeira check-called Strelitz's continuation for 300,000.
When the showed up on the turn, Sequeira led out for 400,000 and faced an all-in raise from Strelitz, for a remaining stack of 895,000. Sequeira considered it for a few minutes and ended up folding his hand reluctantly.
Darren Grant opened-shoved and it was called all-in by Luigi Curcio next to him for a remaining stack worth 380,000. The rest of the table folded and they revealed their cards:
Curcio had the better hand but the board brought , giving trips to Grant and eliminating him in 16th place for $16,491.
Diogo Veiga raised to 80,000 and Scott Seiver shoved for about 800,000. Veiga called to put himself at risk.
The board came and Seiver was left with just 190,000.
Two hands later, Alexandros Theologis shoved from the small blind, and Seiver called from the big blind.
The board ran and Seiver was eliminated.
According to the table, it folded to Nacho Barbero in the small blind who shoved for a remaining stack around 400,000 chips left, holding , and Alexandre Reard made the call with .
The board brought a to Reard, giving him a pair of queens to eliminate Barbero in 18th place.