Anatoly Filatov raised to 125,000 from under the gun and action folded to Sam Higgs in the small blind who shoved for 240,000. Joao Vieira glanced at Filatov's stack and then decided to overshove. Filatov called for 1,020,000 in total.
The flop came to give Vieira the upper hand with set of sevens.
The turn was the which didn't change things but the on the river gave Filatov the higher set to claim all of Higgs' chips and earn a full double-up through Vieira.
Ryan Riess moved all in from middle position for 850,000 and Adrian Mateos reshoved from the cutoff for 1,200,000. Paul Phua called for less from the small blind, putting at risk about 1,000,000 and the players tabled their hands.
Phua was ahead, but the flop came giving Mateos a flush draw.
"One time!" muttered Mateos.
Indeed, the turn and river completed the board and Mateos got his flush to scoop the pot, eliminating both Riess and Phua.
At the same time, Dario Sammartino was eliminated from his table by Manig Loeser.
Jack Sinclair was all-in and at risk as he was called and covered by Orpen Kisacikoglu on his left.
The flop came for Kisacikoglu to hit top pair.
The turn brought them the which now meant Sinclair needed a jack to stay alive for the straight but the completed the board. The current WSOPE Main Event Champion was sent to the rail as no help came on the river.
There were 83 entries collected in total, creating a prize pool of €1,971,250. Thirteen players will be in the money for at least €37,275 and the winner will not only walk away with the gold WSOP bracelet, but also with €596,883.