Hand #48: In the last hand before the break, Anthony Reategui raised to 30,000 from the hijack, stating that he was on tilt. Endrit Geci called on the button and the two players went heads-up to a flop of .
Reategui led out for 30,000 and Geci called to see the on the turn. Both players checked and the completed the board. Reategui checked again and Geci slid in a bet of 97,000. Reategui instantly splashed in a stack of T25,000 chips, enough to put Geci to the test for his remaining 258,000.
With four minutes to go before the break, Geci gave the table a fair warning that he needed time to think. "Go ahead and take your break, guys." As the break approached, Geci finally made the call and tabled for two pair. Unfortunately for him, Reategui held for a straight and eliminated Geci in tenth place.