Mark Teltscher opened under the gun to 2,500, and Max Lykov on the button and Adam Levy in the big blind made the call.
Levy checked to Teltscher on , and the Brit continuation bet 3,200. Lykov folded, but Levy check raised to 10,300. Teltscher made the call.
The turn was the and Levy bet 13,500. Teltscher looked how much Levy had behind (30,000), and then pushed all in. Levy called instantly.
Both turned over ace-jack suited but neither had spades. The on the river settled that; split pot.
"Why all the drama?" asked Jeff Rossiter with a smile.
On the final board of , Stephen Chidwick checked over to Lithuanian Anaras Alekberovas. After some thought, Alekberovas bet 25,000. Chidwick made the call with the , which was good enough to defeat the for Alekberovas and win the pot.
With the pot, Alekberovas dropped to 42,000 and Chidwick climbed to 294,000.
After busting out, Jonathan Karamalikis has reentered.
Jonathan Karamalikis found himself all in with against Mikita Badziakouski's . The board didn't help Karamalikis at all, and he was on his way to the registration desk to re enter.
The last break of the night for the players.
From the hijack seat, Marcelo Bonanata raised to 3,500. Lasse Frost called on the button, and Team PokerStars Pro George Danzer called from the big blind.
The flop came down , and all three players checked to see the turn come the . Danzer led with a bet of 4,000, Bonanata called, and Frost folded.
After the fell on the river, Danzer checked, then folded to a bet of 12,000 from Bonanata. Bonanata scooped the pot and improved to 177,000. Danzer dropped back to 106,000.