Johannes Becker opened the action with a raise to 200,000 in the hijack and he was called by Dan Cates on the button. Taylor Paur then pushed all-in for 400,000 in the small blind, sending Koray Aldemir in the big blind into a frenzy. He carefully checked his stack and opted to call with 500,000 behind.
Both Becker and Cates called and the four players headed to the flop. Aldemir checked to Becker, who bet 300,000. Cates then cut out a raise to 1,275,000 and Aldemir mulled it over for half a minute before sigh-calling all-in.
Becker quickly got out of the way and the two short stacks already turned over their cards.
"I have a really good hand," Cates uttered without showing his cards just yet. He was reminded by Becker to turn them over and then flashed the very much to the disbelief of not only Becker.
The turn improved Cates to two pair and he held onto the lead on the river to eliminate Paur in 7th place and Aldemir in 6th place, ending Day Four.
All final chip counts and a recap of today's action are to follow.