With 115,000 already in the pot, Akin Tuna bet 70,000 from the small blind on and Davidi Kitai called from the big. On the river, Tuna slid in 225,000.
"Seems like your lucky river, eh?" Kitai asked with a smile.
The Belgian bracelet winner used a time extension then dropped in some chips to call. Tuna flipped over for a straight and Kitai mucked, saying he had queen-nine.
Left with just 96,000, Kitai shoved over a button open the next hand and Tuna called with . Kitai had . The flop was as bad as possible for him without actually beating him: , giving Tuna a ton of outs. The turn had Kitai standing to exit and the confirmed his elimination.
Ognyan Dimov defended big blind from a button raise by Akin Tuna and checked a flop. Tuna bet 35,000 and Dimov made it 85,000. Tuna shoved all in for 301,000 effective and Dimov flicked in a chip to call.
Tuna was looking for clubs and tens but it was Dimov improving to trips on the turn. The river mean Tuna had to ship over a double.
Davidi Kitai opened in the small blind and Ognyan Dimov defended. Kitai bet small with 18,000 on the flop and Dimov continued to the turn. Both players checked, bringing the . Kitai used a time extension then bet 18,000 again. Dimov folded fairly quickly.
In what appeared to be a three-bet pot where three players saw the flop, Akin Tuna bet 117,000 on and Daniel Dvoress shoved all in from the cutoff for about 300,000. Ognyan Dimov folded but Tuna quickly called.
Dvoress was dominated and the turn and river didn't bring the king he needed. He wished everyone good luck and headed to payouts.