After Nolan King bet blind under the gun to 120,000 while enjoying a beer with table-mate Ryan Scully, Diogo Veiga moved all in for 480,000. It folded to Raul Esquivel in the hijack who then bet pot, for nearly all his chips, around 1,600,000. King got out of the way and cards were tabled.
Esquivel was way ahead of Veiga, and held up on the board, eliminating Veiga in $16,339. That leaves just one player as a potential two-time bracelet winner.