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The players are in the midst of a 20-minute break.
Hand #41: Christoph Vogelsang received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #42: Daniel Colman received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #40: With a dead small blind, Rick Salomon moved all in for 12.9 million out of the hijack seat. Daniel Colman called on the button, and Daniel Negreanu surrendered his big blind.
There was a ten in the window of the flop, and a second followed it as the dealer fanned . Colman's rail exploded into a chorus of cheers.
The turn had three sides, but the was a brick, as was the on the river.
Salomon, who was the chip leader entering the day, was eliminated in fourth place, earning an even $2.8 million, and Colman has just under 50 million chips.
Hand #36: Christoph Vogelsang raised to 1.6 million from under the gun only to have Daniel Colman cut out a three-bet to 3.6 million from the next seat over. Vogelsang folded to the three-bet and Colman took down the pot.
Hand #37: Action folded to Rick Salomon in the small blind and he shipped all in for 11.9 million. Vogelsang folded the big blind and Salomon took it down.
Hand #38: Colman received a walk in the big blind.
Hand #39: Negreanu was under-the-gun and opened to 1.6 million. Vogelsang flatted from the button and Tobias Reinkemeier called all in for 1.075 million from the big blind.
The trio saw a flop of and Negreanu took the lead into the side pot for 2.5 million. Vogelsang let it go and the hands were turned over.
Negreanu had a death grip on the hand with a flopped diamond flush against Reinkemeier's pair of eights. The dropped down on the turn, leaving Reinkemeier drawing dead to the river. Negreanu scored another elimination and Reinkemeier was eliminated in fifth place for $2,053,334.
Hand #35: Daniel Negreanu raised to 1.6 million out of the small blind, Scott Seiver called on his direct left, and the flop fell . Negreanu checked, Seiver fired out what looked like two million, and Negreanu quickly check-raised all in. Seiver quickly called all in for 10.375 million.
The on the turn was no help to Seiver, nor was the on the river, and he was eliminated in sixth place.
|Blinds||800,000 / 1,600,000|
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