Erik Olofsson, who was recently crippled, has managed to score a double to get him back in the game. He was all in for his last 39,000 holding . Unfortunately at the time for Olofsson, he was dominated by PokerStars Team Pro Angel Guillen who held .
The board dropped down , though, which paired Olofsson's four and allowed him to stay alive in the tournament. He's now sitting on 100,000 while Guillen has dropped to 125,000.
The flop showed when Allon Allison ended up all in for his tournament life for 236,500 chips. Erik Olofsson had his opponent barely covered with just 30,000 chips behind when the showdown went as following.
The board ran out , and Allison raked in a huge double up leaving his opponent with just a few chips.
With the board reading , Morgan Frederick Crosta check-called a bet from Vanessa Selbst to see the turn. Crosta check-called 27,500 from Selbst this time, landing the river where Crosta checked again. Selbst shoved for about 97,000 effective, sending Crosta into the tank for about three minutes before he called.
Selbst tabled for fives full of nines, besting Crosta's to score the elimination.
The Greenwood brothers have been cut down to just two, Max and Sam, after their brother Luc was just eliminated.
Renato Almeida checked the board, and Greenwood fired a bet of 30,000. Almeida called, and the river completed the board with the . Almeida checked, Greenwood moved all in for 77,500, and Almeida called.
Greenwood tabled the for just king high, and Almeida showed the for the winning two pair.
The flop showed when [Removed:17] put in enough chips from the small blind to put Jude Ainsworth, who was in the big blind, all in. Ainsworth already put 27,000 in the pot and he ultimately decided to call this check-raise for his tournament life.