Nicolas Levi opened to 58,000 from under the gun and Joshua Tieman three-bet from the button to 150,000.
Levi deliberated for ninety seconds before making the call to see the flop fall.
After checking over to Tieman, a bet of 163,000 was enough to see Levi's cards his the muck.
Brent Hanks opened to 44,000 from under the gun and both Nicolas Levi and Joseph Elpayaa made the call next to speak and from the small blind respectively.
The flop fell down and a bet of 95,000 from Levi was enough to take the pot down.
One by one everyone folded round to give Joshua Tieman the first walk of the final table.
Neil Channing is the only player not to get actively involved like his fellow tablemates at this final table.
However in two back-to-back hands Channing opened to 48,000 to pick up the blinds and antes of 48,000 twice.
Brent Hanks opened to 44,000 from the cutoff and Nicolas Levi made the call from the button.
The flop fell down and a bet of 55,000 from Hanks was enough to prompt a fold from the Frenchman.
Joshua Tieman opened to 50,000 from the cutoff only to have Stuart Rutter bump it to 155,000 from the button.
The blinds passed and with the action on Tieman he took his time before sliding in a stack of chips amounting to 330,000.
Rutter and Tieman exchanged some inaudible banter before Rutter loudly announced, "660,000!"
Tieman sat in his chair breathing deeply as over three minutes went by before he opted to fold his hand.
Neil Channing opened to 48,000 from the cutoff and picked up the blinds and antes to take down the first pot of the final table.
The cards are now in the air with each of the six players starting with 1,500,000.
Play will consist of hour-long levels, and Joseph Elpayaa has drawn the button.