The action folded around to Nick Piskopos in the hijack who made it 2,400 to go. Joe Cabret was on the button and decided to move all in for his remaining 14,900 in chips. Piskopos made the call after the blinds got out of the way.
The board ran out to see Cabret improve with an ace on the flop and take down the pot.
With roughly 10,000 in the middle, David Bowen led out for 9,400 on the flop with Nelson Maccini raising it up to 20,000. Bowen responded with a three-bet to 49,400 only to have Maccini move all in having Bowen covered. Bowen immediately made the call for roughly his last 100,000.
With Bowen at-risk and in disastrous shape, the turn of the and river of the couldn't see him improve as he was headed out the door in 21st place for AU$2,675 as Maccini soared to 255,000 in chips.
Daniel Neilson opened to 2,400 and John Parker called in the cutoff before Colm Galloway called all in from the small blind for 1,900. Duncan McKinnon also made the call before the board was checked down.
Galloway tabled his but it would be McKinnon's , Neilson's and Parker's all getting the better of Galloway as he was eliminated in 22nd place for an AU$2,308 payday.