Scott Clements raised to 100,000 and John Monnette called on the button. Murat Tulek three-bet the pot to 415,000 with 15,000 behind from the small blind and Clements reraised to force out Monnette.
"Do you have aces?" Tulek immediately asked and Clements shook his head before tabling his cards.
The flop of gave Clements two pairs and he even improved to a full house thanks to the on the turn. Tulek had exactly one out left and, sure enough, the on the river gave him the better full house. Tulek jumped out of his seat to quickly tell his rail what happened before coming back and stacking the chips.
In the last hand of the level, a big pot emerged between Oliver Weis and Hani Mio. The former bet the pot for 364,000 on the flop and had some 150,000 behind. Mio checked that carefully and announced all in. Weis called it off.
The turn gave Weis the lead with a pair of aces, but the river returned the lead to Mio with a flush. Weis was eliminated in 16th place for $31,337 while Mio joined the chipleaders on the last two tables.
Johnny Lodden raised from the button and Eoghan O'Dea called from the big blind. The duo checked the flop of and the fell on the turn. O'Dea checked, Lodden bet, and then called all in for 265,000 when facing the check-raise of O'Dea.
Lodden was at risk with and O'Dea showed for a flopped straight. The river failed to improve Lodden and he was eliminated in 19th place for $26,167.
Chris Lee raised to 55,000 and Vivian Saliba called from one seat over, as did Tommy Le in the small blind and Michail Karapanos in the big blind.
On the flop, the action checked to Lee and he bet 105,000, which only Le called. The turn was checked and Le bet the river for 125,000. Lee called and Le flashed . Lee had that beat with for a set of fives and claimed the pot.