The two biggest stacks had a small skirmish that left Brian Lemke a little poorer.
Fabian Quoss raised to 180,000 from the small blind and Lemke reraised an additional 380,000 from the big blind. After a couple of minutes of thought, Quoss pushed all in for 3 million more and it was Lemke's turn to tank.
Eventually, he mucked his cards and conceded the pot to Quoss, who has extended his chip lead and added more than 400,000 more to his stack.
In a rare open for Thomas Keller, he raised it up to 150,000 from the cutoff and action passed to Fabian Quoss in the big blind who thought for a few moments before asking for a count of Keller's remaining stack. After liking what he saw, Quoss announced a reraise all in, covering his short-stacked opponent.
Keller went into the tank with a decision for his tournament life but gave it up as Quoss starts to get heavy-handed with his big stack.