Steve O'Dwyer raised from under the gun and was called by Rodrigo Selouan in the big blind on the final hand of their short-handed table. On the flop, Selouan check-called for 55,000 and then checked again the on the turn. O'Dwyer now bet 270,000 for Selouan to call and the river was checked by the Brazilian.
O'Dwyer then moved all-in for 440,000 and Selouan used three time bank extensions before making the call. The of O'Dwyer was good for the double as Selouan only had the and was left fumes for the upcoming nine-handed final table.
Boris Kolev min-raised in the last hand of the previous level from under the gun and Sam Greenwood then three-bet to 300,000 in the small blind, leaving himself 15,000 behind. Kolev moved all-in with the covering stack and Greenwood called it off once the hand on the other table was completed.
The board ran out and Kolev was left very short. He then had 40,000 invested in the big blind and was all-in for another 5,000 as the remaining big blind ante. Belarmino De Souza raised to 80,000 and Greenwood three-bet to 650,000 with 40,000 behind.
The call by De Souza followed and he was about to turn over his cards, then was reminded by the tournament floor that Greenwood had chips behind.
Once the flop fell , De Souza bet more than 100,000 and Greenwood called all-in.
Belarmino De Souza:
The turn and river brought no surprise anymore and Kolev was eliminated. Greenwood more than doubled and then collected his Mystery Bounty, which happened to be a payday of €50,000 as the second-highest bounty available.
All remaining nine players will redraw to the final table once the last hand on the other table is completed.
Steve O'Dwyer raised to 60,000 from under the gun and Rodrigo Selouan defended his big blind when the action folded to him.
The flop came and a bet of 40,000 was done and paid.
The turn was the and Selouan checked. O'Dwyer bet 120,000. Selouan tanked, used a time bank card, and then made the call.
The river completed the board with the and Selouan checked again. This time, O'Dwyer put in a stack of chips to put Selouan all-in. After using another time bank card, he opted to call for the 300,000 he had behind. O'Dwyer tabled the for Selouan to double up with the for two pair.
Lukasz Szymon Grossmann raised it up to 65,000 on the button and was called by Timothy Adams in the big blind. On a flop of , Adams opted to check and Grossmann checked it back within a matter of a second.
Adams then bet the turn for 105,000 to earn a quick call and the Canadian pushed the on the river for what appeared to be 210,000. Grossmann didn't bother asking for an exact count but folded momentarily.
Imad Derwiche open-jammed for 240,000 and Sergi Reixach called from one seat over.
Derwiche was fearing the worst but Reixach quickly said "I have a shit hand" to which a rather stunned Derwiche asked "why did you call me then?" The reply came within a second as Reixach grinned back "I want the bounty."
The board ran out and Derwiche doubled.
Over on the other table, Sam Greenwood bet-folded a queen-high turn against the aggression by Belarmino De Souza. Both tangled again shortly after in a small pot in which Greenwood earned a few chips back without showdown.