Over on the outer table, Timothy Adams raised to 1,200,000 in the cutoff and Matthias Eibinger on the button three-bet all in for nearly 12,000,000. Benjamin Pollak in the small blind gave it some consideration, checked the stacks of both opponents and called. Adams snap-called all in for 10,600,000 and a three-way showdown emerged with the biggest pot of the tournament so far.
Adams was poised to triple up, but the flop was a disaster for the Canadian. Pollak spiked the one-outer to take the lead with a set of kings, and he held onto it with the turn and on the river.
"Sorry Tim," Pollak immediately said. Adams was eliminated in 10th place and Eibinger had to settle for 9th, both receive €71,821 for their efforts. There will now be a short break to set up the official eight-handed final table.