Harald Sammer was seen tanking when facing a river bet from Louison Vincent on a board of .
Someone at the table called the clock and the floor gave Sammer 30 seconds to act on his hand.
"He's just waiting for there to be a bust-out," said someone at the table.
Sammer called with his last 20,000 and showed for a pair of queens, which was no good against the two pair of Vincent with .
Cameron Barber opened to 80,000 under-the-gun and Mike Watson went all-in for 600,000 from the big blind which Barber called.
The board ran out and Mike Watson was eliminated in 20th.
Tarun Gulati opened on the button and Clemen Deng three-bet shoved for 895,000 from the small blind. The action folded back to Gulati, who called.
The flop came with a nine in the window to give Gulati a set. The board ran out and Deng was eliminated in 21st place.
"I thought I'd be flipping," Gulati said after the hand.
Asi Moshe raised under-the-gun to 80,000 and from middle position, Chad Himmelspach went all-in for 335,000. Action folded around to Moshe who sighed and called.
The board ran out and Himmelspach was given the full double through Moshe.
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Nicholas Hubers raised to 90,000 under-the-gun and from middle position Kartik Ved moved all-in for 285,000. Action folded back around to Hubers who decided to call and the cards were tabled.
The board ran out and the river king eliminated Ved in 22nd place.
Karolis Sereika went all-in preflop from the cutoff for 375,000 and Mike Watson called in the big blind.
The board ran out giving no help to Sereika and he departed the tournament in 23rd place.