Vojtech Horut bet 30,000 from the small blind on a board of , and Josip Vidovic called in the big blind. Horut shoved all in on the river, and Vidovic thought a couple of minutes before flicking a chip in to call.
Horut showed for a backdoor flush, and Vidovic had .
Stoyan Obreshkov opened for 23,000 from early position and got a call from Ludovic Lacay from the big blind. Obreshkov bet 18,000 after Lacay checked on the flop.
Lacay called and then led out for 56,000 when the appeared on the turn. Obreshkov called and the completed the board on the river.
Lacay tanked for a minute before checking. Obreshkov thought for a minute or two before firing out for 160,000. Lacay tanked for several minutes before making the call. Obreshkov turned over and Lacay lightly tapped the table before he tossed his cards into the muck.
Obreshkov became the second player of the tournament to pass the 1 million chip count with 1,110,000 while Lacay's chip stack took a hit and was down to 350,000.
Sam Cohen opened to 20,000 from the cutoff and Pedro Lamarca called in the small blind to see a flop of . Lamarca checked, Cohen continued for 32,000 and then snap-called the shove of Lamarca to put herself at risk for 144,000.
The turn and river failed to improve Lamarca's hand, and even gave Cohen a full house to double up.
Antti Halme bet 20,000 from middle position against two opponents in a hand on the stream. Only Friedrich Meyer, on his left, called on the flop. Halme bet 45,000 more on the turn and 115,000 on the river. Meyer consider about three minutes and then called. Hlme had for a busted draw, and Meyer showed to take the pot.
After the hand, the stream didn't show Meyer's stack, but it looked to be in the neighborhood of 500,000.