Marc MacDonnell raised from the cutoff to 400,000 and Gary Whitehead moved all in for approximately 8,000,000. MacDonnell called when action folded back to him.
Whitehead was at risk and behind but had two live cards. However a jack came in the window as the flop came to put Whitehead in poll position. The turn came the and the river the giving Whitehead two pair and the double up.
After Patrick Truong moved all in from early position for 1,975,000. Ari Angel then called from the button and Richard Alsup called from the big blind.
The brought a bet from Engel of 1,200,000 when checked to by Alsup, who responded by moving all in for 6,375,000. Engel went deep into the tank, rubbing his face with his hand as he decided, before ending up on a fold.
The turn and river gave Alsup the win with a flush, busting Truong in seventh.
Ari Engel raised from early position to 1,600,000 and action folded to Patrick Truong who moved all in. Action folded back to Engel who had 11,600,000 and he called for his tournament life.
Engel was behind and his dreams of winning his third bracelet were at high risk of being crushed. The flop came giving Truong top set. The turn was no help as it came the . However the river was the which gave Engel the double up and left Truong short.
Patrick Truong raised from the hijack to 1,200,000 before Ari Engel moved all in from the small blind for 6,900,000. Artem Metalidi was in the big blind and asked for a count before moving all in covering both opponents. Truong quickly folded and card were on their backs.
It was a classic flip as Engel's ace-king was up against Metalidi's pocket jacks. The board came which doubled up the two time bracelet winner as he hunts for his third.
After Artem Metalidi raised from early position to 1,200,000 in back-to-back hands, this time he met a jam from Frederick Brown of 6,200,000. Metalidi snap-called when it folded back to him and we were in a classic race.
The ran out to bust Brown in eighth place. Metalidi busted his opponent a few metres from the Main Event final table area where he finished eighth back in 2018. He'll hope he can bag his first bracelet here in this event instead.