The action started with Ole Schemion raising to 36,000 from middle position. Mateusz Moolhuizen made the call from the small blind and both players watched the flop come down .
Both players checked before the dropped on the turn. Moolhuizen checked and Schemion led out for 40,000.The bet was called before the dealer dropped the on the river.
Moolhuizen checked once more only to have Schemion move all in for just short of one million in chips just a moment later. Moolhuizen went into the tank for over five minutes, contemplating his final decision.
“You got it?” he asked, after eventually making the call.
Schemion nodded his head as the cards were kept down because of on an all in on the other table.
With the go ahead, the players tabled their cards. Schemion showed his for the straight and Moolhuizen rolled over his before storming out of the tournament area.
Simon Ravnsbaek opened to 26,000 from the hijack and Alexander Ivarsson on the button made the call. Ravnsbaek continued to bet 28,000 on and Ivarsson made the call. The turn was the and Ravnzbaek bet one more time, though we couldn't see if it was 52,000 or 76,000. Ivarsson made the call however and both players checked on the river.
Ravnsbaek had nothing with , Ivarsson opened and took it down. "Dealers next hand!" the floor shouted.
On a board of we saw Ole Schemion bet out 75,000. Georgios Karakousis right next to him didn't waste much time making the call. Karakousis, with a stack of 385,000, faced a bet of 150,000 on the river. Schemion smiled a bit when Karakousis open folded his and offered to show one card. Karakousis picked the left one and Schemion showed the .
Oleksii Khoroshenin raised to 25,000 from the cut off as the action folded around to Oliver Price in the small blind. He tanked for several minutes finally releasing his hand. Martin Kabrhel was in the big blind and moved all in for 185,000 in chips. Khoroshenin received a count from the dealer and made the call shortly after.
Kabrhel was in great shape to double up but was out flopped when the dealer spread out the . Kabrhel would then watch as he missed all his straight and flush outs to be eliminated from the tournament.
The remaining 40 players are now on the money bubble and are playing hand-for-hand.
Christopher Andler from Sweden is one of the shorter stacks in the room with 108,000 in chips. Every hand he takes all the time he can get before folding. Table mate Dan Shak gave people three-to-one on $100 that Andler would be folding just a couple of hands ago. It's not hand for hand yet, so he's taking as much time as he can. "I don't blame you!" laughed Shak, "I don't blame you sir."