The very next all-in showdown once more featured Sergi Reixach, who continued his rampage on the table with a massive lead over the other contenders. This time, he was up against Sam Greenwood and the following cards were revealed.
Nothing changed on the flop and the turn but the dreadful ace appeared on the river. Greenwood's sixth place came with a cash prize of €23,800 and he had previously collected a €50,000 Mystery Bounty.
"I am feeling good about this one, I will win it," Sergi Reixach said with a smirk on the face as he had just pushed into the initial raise of Rodrigo Selouan and was called by the Brazilian.
Both players paired up on the flop with Selouan retaining his lead. Nothing changed on the turn but the river improved Reixach to a straight. Selouan's run ended in 7th place for a cash prize of €18,720 while Reixach collected his second bounty in a row, which was worth €25,000.
After returning from the break, Rodrigo Selouan raised to 100,000 on the button and Sergi Reixach pushed all-in out of the small blind to win the pot.
In the next hand, Reixach opened to 100,000 on the button and Lukasz Szymon Grossmann three-bet jammed for 520,000 in the big blind. Reixach mulled it over for a short while and called within the allocated 30 second shot clock.
Lukasz Szymon Grossmann:
The Spaniard was caught on a move for the Mystery Bounty once again but this time got there on the board. He won the next hand and then redeemed his bounty. Imad Derwiche walked by and waved his hand already, predicting it to be a €10,000 bounty only.
Reixach peeled slowly and indeed redeemed the €10,000 value bounty, while Grossmann was waiting to collect his cash prize of €14,630.
Rodrigo Selouan shoved from the early position for 260,000 and Sergi Reixach called from the middle position after confirming how much it was for. The action folded to Jean-Noel Thorel in the big blind who also made the call.
They both checked through the whole board for the cards to go on their backs.
Selouan had stayed ahead throughout the board and even improved to a pair of tens on the river to triple up with.
Sam Greenwood made it 80,000 to go from under the gun and Rodrigo Selouan called all-in for 50,000 in the cutoff. Sergi Reixach on the button and Lukasz Szymon Grossmann in the big blind called as they headed to the flop. It checked to Reixach, who bet 175,000 and was called by Greenwood only.
After the turn, Greenwood check-called for another 175,000 and they checked the on the river.
Greenwood announced ten-high and flashed the , Reixach held for the straight to win the large side pot but Selouan escaped with the for a full house.
Timothy Adams raised to 80,000 from under the gun, keeping 15,000 behind. The action folded to Imad Derwiche on the button who three-bet jammed for 335,000. Rodrigo Selouan considered it for a bit on the button but folded. Sergi Reixach called from the big blind with the biggest stack at the table. Adams put his last few chips in too for the call.
"Can we reveal the cards later and just run the board to make it for fun?" Adams asked and the cards stayed closed.
The board ran out .
Derwiche revealed the for the ace-king kickers with the pair on the board. Reixach showed the for the lower jack-kicker before Adams turned over his for the even lower kicker.
Derwiche was delighted to double through Reixach but was even more exited to be allowed to open the mystery bounty envelope. He walked over to the table with a little swagger, picked out an envelope, slowly revealed the paper inside to see he had won one of the two €100,000 mystery bounty prices, and celebrated loudly.
"Timothy! I love you!" he shouted while celebrating.
Adams walked over, hugged him: "I feel like I gave you that €100,000!" while the rest of the tournament room applauded.