In the first hand after the break, Andrew Bak shoved from the hijack and action folded to Jose Rivas in the big blind who asked for a count. Bak confirmed he had 6,500,000 behind. Rivas looked at his cards and quickly called.
The flop came to give Rivas trip aces immediately.
The turn was the which meant Bak was drawing dead.
The on the river improved Rivas' hand to a full house and Bak was sent to the payout desk in sixth place for €27,382.
The five remaining players have all locked up at least €37,321 and the WSOPE Main Event Ticket worth €10,350.
Shahar Levi's rampage has been momentarily halted by Vangelis Kaimakamis after the latter won a small pot off the runaway chip leader. It was Levi who made it 800,000 on the button and Kaimakamis defended. Both players checked the flop. Kaimakamis check-called 1,300,000 on the turn.
The river prompted the Greek to lead out for 950,000. Levi called but Kaimakamis had . Levi flashed and mucked.
Markus Jordan completed his small blind and Shahar Levi opted to check in the big blind after having taken the blinds and ante a few times by raising from the early positions.
The flop came , Jordan bet 500,000 and Levi called.
The turn brought them the , Jordan fired a bet of 1,100,000 over the line and Levi looked over to Jordan's stack. He counted out some chips and then raised to 2,300,000. Jordan took a few seconds but opted to fold in the end.