|Blinds||1,500,000 / 3,000,000|
Florian Guimond raised to 5,000,000 in the small blind and Ran Ilani pushed all in for 28,200,000 in the big blind. Guimond snapped him off and the cards were tabled.
Guimond was excited to see the hands preflop, but the flop of gave Ilani two pair. Guimond had a straight draw but the on the turn left him drawing dead to the on the river.
Florian Guimond raised and Ran Ilani re-raised all-in and was snap-called by Guimond. It was Guimond in the lead and at risk with versus the of Ilani.
The flop of gave each player a pair, but Guimond still led.
The turn and the river kept things the same and Guimond's pair of aces were the best to double up through Ilani.
Ran Koller open-shipped all in for 9,600,000 from under the gun and Oleg Titov called from the big blind. Koller showed and Titov was behind with .
The flop of gave Koller a straight and Titov was drawing to a chop. The on the turn and the on the river secured the double up for Koller, leaving Titov with just 600,000 chips.
In the next hand, Ran Ilani raised on the button and went heads-up with Titov. Ilani held against the of Titov. The board ran out to give Ilani two pair and Titov was eliminated.
Ran Ilani came into four-handed play as the clear chip leader and has taken full advantage of that. Ilani has moved all in the past three hands and each time collected the blinds and antes. Ilani now has nearly half of the chips in play.
Kris Steinbach pushed his remaining few blinds into the middle from under the gun and was snap-called by Ran Koller in the big blind. It was Steinbach who held and was all-in and needed help against Koller's .
The dealer ran out the board of and things finished the way they began with Koller in front, and Steinbach was eliminated in 5th place and took home $71,457 in cash.
The final five players are taking a 15-minute break. When they return, they will play four more levels or until a winner is crowned.