Lachezar Plamenov Petkov raised to 250,000 and Sebastian Sorensson three-bet to 585,000 in the big blind, which Petkov called. The flop fell and Sorensson bet 765,000 to force a quick fold from Petkov.
[Removed:146] made it 275,000 to go and Brian Kaufman Esposito three-bet out of the small blind for 675,000 to claim the pot without further resistance.
From middle position, Aeragan Arunan opened for 260,000 and his neighbor Raffaele Sorrentino called. [Removed:146] in the cutoff and Sebastian Sorensson in the big blind made it 4-handed to the flop.
With 1,280,000 in the middle, the quartet got to work with. Sorensson and Arunan checked. Sorrentino bet 380,000 and Guerfi folded right away. Sorrenson and Arunan followed not much later. Small pot to the PokerStars Championship Monte Carlo champion.
Raffaele Sorrentino opened under the gun for 255,000 and the cutoff and button were quick to fold. Small blind Aeragan Arunan wasn't going away so easy and instead 3-bet to 725,000. Big blind Alex Difelice asked how much it was and shoved over the top for 1,450,000 total.
Sorrentino threw away his cards instantly but Arunan called just as quick.
The board would bring no help to Difelice as it came .
Difelice takes home €87,100 for his deep run while the remaining 9 players are in the midst of a redraw for the unofficial final table of 9. With Difelice's departure, the remaining players are guaranteed €104,000.
Albert Daher raised to 250,000 and Usman Siddique called on the buitton, as did Brian Kaufman Esposito in the big blind. The flop came and Kaufman checked, Daher bet 250,000 and just Siddique called.
The fell on the turn and both checked before the river brought another check by Daher. Siddique bet 710,000 and Daher folded after long consideration, mentioning in table chat he was three-outered and putting Siddique on ace-jack.
Raffaele Sorrentino (cutoff) and Lachezar Plamenov Petkov (button) got involved in a pot together again. This time, Sorrentino opened for 225,000 and Petkov called.
Sorrentino check-called a bet of 275,000 on and 675,000 on the turn. The river was checked by both and Sorrentino showed for queen-high. Petkov tabled for the same hand and the 2 of them chopped up the pot.
Andre Akkari raised to 250,000 from under the gun and Albert Daher defended the big blind. Both players checked down the board and Daher said "you win," tabling . Akkari had and won the pot.
Sebastian Sorensson limped under the gun the next hand and Akkari filled up from the small blind, Usman Siddique checked in the big blind. The flop fell and Sorensson's bet of 335,000 won the pot, the Swede almost crossed the 10 million in chips and did so thanks to the next hand.
Akkari raised to 250,000 on the button and Sorensson defended the big blind. The flop of was checked and Sorensson's bet of 520,000 on the turn won the pot.