Noah Schwartz made it 35,000 to go and Sam Higgs made the call. The flop came down and Schwartz led out for 28,000. Higgs took his time before putting in a reraise to 68,000 and was immediately met with an all-in shove from Schwartz.
Higgs folded just as quickly to see him slip to 220,000, as Schwartz climbs back to 405,000 in chips.
Alexander Debus limped from the small blind before meeting a raise to 25,000 from Thomas Lindbjerg in the big blind. Debus made the call before check-folding for 35,000 on a board of .
A few hands later facing a raise to 25,000 from Sam Higgs, Debus made it 65,000 and Higgs called. The flop fell the and Higgs checked to Debus who fired out 65,000. Higgs went into the tank before eventually folding, to see Debus climb back to 445,000 in chips.
Lauren McIver moved all in for her last 45,000 and was called by Jacob Lysemose.
The flop fell a disaster for McIver, landing ! Thinking it couldn't get worse, the fell on the turn to make quads for Lysemose. Just to rub it in, the fell on the river. McIver was eliminated with queens full versus quad-sevens!
As Lysemose raked in the pot , McIver exited the tournament floor in 9th place for AU$14,896 in prize money.
Catching the action in a limped pot, three players saw a flop of . John Joannou made it 20,000 from middle position and Jonathan Dull moved all in. Joannou called.
The turn brought the and the fell on the river. Joannou was sent to the rail at the hands of Dull and the nut-flush. As Dull moved up to 600,000 in chips, Joannou departed, collecting AU$10,640 for his efforts.
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