Rainer Kempe was in the small blind and got all the chips in the middle before the flop against Manuel Martinez, who was in the big blind.
Martinez was way ahead with his pocket kings and Kempe needed help from the deck in order to eliminate his opponent. The board ran out to give Kempe the nut flush but make a full boat for Martinez, so he took the pot to double up.
Paul Hockin raised to 9,000,000 from under the gun, Claudio Di Giacomo called from the button, and Manuel Martinez jammed from the big blind for 84,500,000. Hockin called to put Martinez at risk and Di Giacomo folded.
Hockin was way ahead with the better pocket pair and Martinez needed a lot of help from the deck in order to survive. The board ran out and Martinez took the pot with his rivered set of tens to double through Hockin, leaving him with less than 10 big blinds.
Rainer Kempe opened to 9,000,000 from under the gun and Paul Hockin jammed from the small blind for what looked like 49,000,000. After brief consideration, Kempe called to put Hockin at risk.
Kempe had the preflop advantage with the better ace and Hockin needed help from the deck to preserve his tournament life. The board ran out and Kempe took the pot with his pair of nines to end Hockin's deep run in this event.