Peco Stojanovski opened to 2,600 from under the gun only to have Aik-Chuan Nee three-bet the button to 8,700. With the action on Najeem Ajez in the small blind, he moved all in for roughly 60,000 as Stojanovski committed his 43,100 total.
Nee contemplated for a while but eventually folded as the cards were then tabled.
The dealer fanned a flop to keep Stojanovski in the lead, and when the and landed on the turn and river, Ajez slipped to 16,000 while Stojanovski doubled to just under 100,000 in chips.
Aik-Chuan Nee opened from under the gun and watched as the table folded around to Steven Zhou on the big blind. He looked down at his cards before moving all in for his last 8,000 in chips. Nee made the quick call and both players tabled their cards.
The board ran out to see Nee spike and ace sending Zhou to the rail.
The remaining players have all guaranteed themselves AUD$3,969 for their efforts.
The hand started with Michael O’Grady opening to 3,300 from under the gun. Sam Ruha was in middle position and opted to raise it up to 8,000. The action folded back around to O’Grady who instantly moved all in for just over 70,000 in chips.
“Will you show me if I fold,” asked Ruha, after thinking about his decision for a minute.
“If you fold and show me your hand I’ll show you mine,” replied O’Grady.
Ruha then announced fold and tabled his . O’Grady smiled before showing his .
Kitty Kuo moved all in and Michael O'Grady made the call.
The flop kept O'Grady in the lead, but when the landed on the turn, it now gave Kuo outs to a queen. Unfortunately for the last lady in the field, the river landed the to see Kuo hit the rail to leave just 25 players remaining in the tournament.
Michael Subacius opened to 2,600 only to have Junzhong Loo call before Stephen Woodhead three-bet to 7,600. Subacius folded, but Loo made it 15,000 before Woodhead jammed all-in for 72,000. Loo instantly called for his 46,100 and the cards were tabled.
With Loo in commanding shape to double, the board ensured his stack rose to 100,000 as Woodhead slipped to 26,000 in chips.