In what proved to be the last hand of the night, there were four all-ins and calls on four out of the five tables.
First, there was a three-way all-in with Georgy Philippovich at risk with the shortest stack of around 69,000, then Jakob Madsen with 123,000 as Robert Campbell had them both covered.
The board ran out for Madsen to hold to lay claim to Philippovich's stack and double through Campbell.
Then Jeffrey Cormier was all-in from the big blind for 145,000 when the board read and was called by Ming Hong Teoh in the middle position. Cormier held for the flush draw and Teoh had called with for two pair. The river completed the board with the to give Cormier the flush and double up.
On Aleksandr Merzhvinskii's table, the board read and Arturs Scerbaks had checked in the middle position. Merzhvinskii bet 250,000 on the button and Scerbaks called after tanking for a while to then muck as Merzhvinskii had for the set of fours.
Over on Thai Ha's table, the board read , Ha had checked his small blind with a substantial pot in the middle already. Yi Ye shoved for 286,000 from the hijack. Ha was contemplating his options while the rest of the players at the other tables had already started bagging up. After a while, Ha called. Ye flicked over the line and got up from his chair, Ha quickly turned over for two pair, nines and fours to scoop the pot while Ye walked away.