Andy Lichtenberger raised to 16,000 on the button, Scott Montgomery moved all-in from the small blind and Lichtenberger folded.
Eugene Katchalov moved all-in and nobody took up his offer.
Simon Charette got two streets of value from Foster Hays betting on a board. Charette moved up to 405,000 and Hays dropped to 500,000.
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier raised on the button, Andy Lichtenberger three bet to 39,000 from the big blind and ElkY forced him down with a 77,000 four bet.
Thiago Nishijima raised to 18,000 in first position and Craig Bergeron closed him out of the action with a 56,000 three-bet from the button.
Ryan Fair got it all-in with the short-stack Scott Montgomery. Montgomery was ahead with versus the of Fair and it stayed that way. Montgomery moved up to 300,000 and Fair was reduced to 180,000.
Taylor Paur gained some chips from Foster Hays. Hays raised from under the gun and Paur called in the hijack. The board ran out and Paur won 45,000 chips after calling a c-bet on the flop; his river bet of 60,000 was not taken up by Hays.
Eugene Katchalov moved all-in and everyone folded and then Alexander Nudin moved all-in from the small blind and Katchalov folded.
Last but not least our chip leader Artem Metalidi won a juicy pot from Toan Trinh. We joined the action on a flop of in a three-bet pot. Metalidi check-calling a 20,000 Trinh flop bet. The turn was the and both players checked before the popped up on the river. Metalidi bet 38,000, Trinh called and Metalidi won the pot with for two pair. The disappointed Trinh showing .