Byron Kaverman opened to 45,000 and Alexandru three-bet to 135,000 out of the big blind. The flop came and both checked, same applied again for the turn. Papazian checked the river and Kaverman's bet of 125,000 on the river did the trick to force a fold from his opponent.
Ivan Deyra opened to 43,000 from under the gun and Julian Stuer flat-called from one seat over, as did Max Silver on the button. The flop was checked to Silver and he bet 75,000, which only Stuer called. Both then continued to check the turn before Stuer led the river for 125,000.
Silver gave it some consideration, called, and was shipped the pot when he called and Stuer mucked.
Julian Stuer four-bet to 235,000 against Alexandros Kolonias and then folded to the reshove of the Greek to forfeit one fourth of his stack. Kolonias moved up to well over a million in chips and was still stacking, new counts will be available in the upcoming last break of the night.
Alexandru Papazian limped in and Anthiny Zinno made it 40,000 to go from one seat over, which Zvi Stern called in the big blind. Papazian went along and the trio checked the flop and the turn. On the river, the action checked to Papazian and he fired a bet worth 115,000.
Zinno flat-called and Stern folded to see the Romanian turn over as winning hand.
The hand started with a limp by Alexandru Papazian and Daniel Negreanu then made it 46,000 to go from the button. Zvi Stern called and Papazian also filled up. On the flop, Stern and Papazian both checked and Negreanu bet 65,000. Stern flat-called before Papazian check-raised to 190,000.
Negreanu shoved for 391,000 and Stern folded whereas Papazian quickly called.
"You want this," the PokerStars Team Pro said and grabbed his ace of diamonds. Sure enough the dealer burned and turned the to give Papazian a flush, but Negreanu still had outs with any diamond except for the six. A blank river sent Negreanu to the rail in 15th place and the tournament loses one of the biggest names on the last two tables.