|Blinds||200,000 / 400,000|
Aleks Ponakovs raised almost all of his 400K stack and David Peters three-bet shoved 1.2M from the cutoff. Jonathan Proudfoot called on the button and Ponakovs called all-in.
Proudfoot and Peters each took half on a board to leave Ponakovs with nothing.
With the board completed after flop and turn both were checked, Chris Klodnicki checked a third time and Christian Jeppsson bet 172,158. Klodnicki check-raised all in for 681,599. Jeppsson called after some thought.
Klodnicki showed for a pair of nines and Jeppsson rolled over the winner with to send the former chip leader to the rail. At another table, Urmo Velvelt and Robert Heidorn hit the digital showers as well.
Jon Nixon shoved all in for 483,848 from under the gun and Benjamin Rolle three-bet shoved over 1.2M from the small blind. Michael Addamo called in the big blind to put both players at risk.
It was the mother of all setups and the shortest of the three, Nixon, caught the two-outer he was looking for on the flop. The board ran out and Rolle took the side pot to leave Addamo on fumes, who busted shortly after.
Just 28 players are left and are taking a break.
Folded to Joshua McCully in the small blind, he bet enough to put Yuri Dzivilevski all in and the latter called it off.
The Brazilian star seemed on his way to an easy double after the flop, but the turn and river brought a runner-runner two pair to end his run in 32nd place.
Leon "FeelsGTOman" Sturm raised to 70,000 in middle position and Adrian Mateos three-bet shoved nearly two million from the small blind. Sturm called all in for 669,955 total.
Leon "FeelsGTOman" Sturm:
Sturm was in a good spot to double up but a cruel turn awaited him on a to hit the digital rail instead.