Within the spur of the last five minutes, Paul Valkenburg, Robbie Bakker and Jasper Wetemans hit the rail. Wetemans three-bet shoved for 32,000 after a raise of the player in the cutoff and Niels van Alphen reshoved behind him with . Wetemans had pocket nines and the window card was an ace.
Robbie Bakker raised from the button with a stack of 45,000 and Govert Metaal in the big blind was rather short. Andrew Chen was one seat over in the small blind and moved all in with the by far superior stack. Bakker called all in with because he didn't give Chen a strong hand due to the all in. The Canadian had and hit a king on the turn.
Last but not least, Paul Valkenburg was involved in a preflop battle with Noah Boeken and was all in for what looked like 60,000 in chips still with pocket tens. Boeken called with and the board ran out safely for the defending champion. "You don't have to go broke there. I'll take it," Boeken said after the hand.