|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
The three remaining players have agreed an ICM deal with the payouts adjust as follows. There is no extra money up top, because of the Platinum Pass, but the three players will play on to decide who will win that much-coveted prize.
Ken Wong moved all in from the button for around 2,250,000 and Justin Bateson called in the small blind. Andrew Barham folded his big blind.
The board ran out and Wong was covered by a few hundred thousand and was eliminated.
Alan Lambert moved all in for around 600,000 and Jay Yerby three-bet all in from the button for over three million. Ken Wong tanked and thought about calling but eventually folded, with Justin Bateson following suit in the big blind.
Lambert turned over and Wong looked vindicated when Yerby showed
Aces held on the board and Lambert was eliminated.
Jay Yerby moved all in for 1,320,000 from under the gun. It folded around to Alan Lambert in the big blind who called.
Lambert was in good shape to send Yerby to the rail, but the at-risk player picked up a flush and straight draw on the flop. The turn was the but the river completed Yerby's flush and he doubled up.
Andrew Barham opened and Zayn Mushtaq three-bet all in for just over a million. Barham called.
There was an ace and a queen on the flop. The turn and river saw Mushtaq hit the rail in sixth place, taking home £2,293.
With Jay Yerby all in pre-flop, Andrew Barham and Justin Bateson were still in the hand on a flop. Bateson check-folded to a bet from Barham who showed for top two pair.
Yerby showed and the turn didn't give him much help. The river however saw him make a set to triple up and stay alive.
Jay Yerby shoved from the small blind and Ken Wong called in the big blind.
Wong was the play at risk for 1,260,000 and had woken up with against Yerby's
The board ran out and Wong doubled up to leave Yerby short.