Jon Spinks found in first position and made it 12M to go, but didn't get any action whatsoever. He did in the next hand, however, as Maria Lampropulos raised to 14M from the button with , Jeremy Pantin made the call with out of the small blind before Spinks peeked down into another monster; this time .
Lampropulos quickly folded, but Pantin made the call to put Spinks at risk. Spinks was more at risk than ever as the flop came , and with no Kings in sight on the turn and the river, a disappointed Spinks shook hands with his competitors and headed for the rail.
With that, the remaining four players have locked up £320,000 each.