Andrey Shatilov opened with a raise to 15,000,000 under the gun, with Udo Erlei moving all-in from the cutoff for his last 74,000,000. Shatilov made the call and the cards were on their backs.
Erlei was in great shape to double up with versus Shatilov's . That was, until the dealer spread the flop, leaving Erlei drawing to just one out. Neither the turn nor the river would do it for Erlei as he left the tournament in 7th place.
Andrey Shatilov raised to 12 million in the cutoff with and Felipe Ramos called on the button with . The flop came and Shatilov checked to Ramos who bet 16 million. Shatilov called and the peeled off on the turn.
Shatilov checked again and Ramos fired another 27 million. Shatilov made a straight and so he called to see the hit the river. He checked for the third time and Ramos bet 43 million on the river. Shatilov snapped him off and scooped the pot with a straight.
Sam Greenwood opened to 10 million from under the gun with and Jiri Horak shoved all in for 75 million in early position with . The action folded back around to Greenwood who quickly made the call.
The flop came , no help for Horak. The on the turn, however, provided Horak with a straight and flush draw to go along with his two overcards. The river brought the and Horak made a straight to earn himself a double up.
Sam Greenwood raised to 10 million from the hijack with and was called by Andrey Shatilov in the small blind with and Felipe Ramos in the big blind with . The flop came and the action checked to Greenwood who bet 12 million. Shatilov just called with his two pair and Ramos folded.
The peeled off on the turn and both players checked to the on the river. Shatilov led out for 32 million and Greenwood went into the tank for a couple of minutes. He did eventually make the call and Shatilov showed him the two pair to rake in the pot.
Sam Greenwood opened to 10 million from under the gun with and Andrey Shatilov three-bet to 26 million in the cutoff with . Greenwood called and the flop came . Greenwood checked to Shatilov who continued for 21 million and Greenwood just called.
The turn brought the and both players checked to the on the river. With four diamonds on the board and neither player holding a diamond, the action went check-check again and Greenwood raked in another pot with two pair.
Sam Greenwood was in early position and raised to 10 million with . The action folded to Preben Stokkan in the big blind with and he announced all in. Greenwood quickly called for his last 70 million and the cards were tabled.
The board ran out and Stokkan was unable to hit his flush draw that he picked up on the turn. Greenwood held on to double up and his right back in contention.