After busting as the first player earlier, James Bullimore has been faring better on his second attempt and was up to around 60,000. In a hand against Jessica Teusl, he had to part with a few of those chips.
It was Bullimore who had bet the turn for 4,300. Teusl shoved for 15,400 and Bullimore gave it up after quite some thought. Teusl shoved the with a smile and tapped at the other card, which went face-down in the muck.