Hand #49: Andrew Kloc raised to 33,000 from the cutoff and was able to collect the dead big blind and antes with that raise.
Hand #50: Barbero raised to 32,000 and he was called by Jake Schwartz from the big blind. On the flop of both players checked. The turn was the and both players checked again to see the on the river. Both players checked for a third street in a row and Schwartz showed for a winning pair of sevens.
Hand #51: From the button Tobias Wenker opened to 32,000 and was abole to win the pot when both blinds folded.
Hand #52: Simeon Naydenov opened to 35,000 from under the gun. Kropacek called from the big blind. The flop fell and Kropacek instantly checked. Naydenov fired out 31,000 and was quickly called by Kropacek. The turn was the and Kropacek checked to Naydenov again who made a bet of 68,000. Kropacek called. On the river Kropacek led out with a bet of 154,000 and that was good enough to get Naydenov to fold.
Hand #43: Action folded to Jake Schwartz on the button. He raised to 32,000. The small blind folded while Jan Kropacek called. on the flop, Kropacek checked to Schwartz who bet 28,000. Kropacek called. The turn was the and both players checked. The hit the river and Kropacek led for 68,000 and that was enough to win him the pot.
Hand #44: Andrew Kloc opened for 36,000 and folded to a reraise of 81,000 from Tobais Wenker awarding Wenker the pot.
Hand #45: Tobais Wenker opened to 32,000 from the hijack. He met a reraise of 70,000 from Kropacek and folded his hand, awarding Kropacek the pot.
Hand #46: Action folded around to the blinds where Mike Watson raised to 40,000. That was enough to force Andrew Kloc out of the pot and Watson collected his winnings.
Hand #47: Behbehani opened to 36,000 from middle position. Nacho Barbero called from big blind. The flop came the and Barbero check called a bet of 25,000 from Behbehani. On the turn both players slowed down with a check. The river was the and Barbero led with a bet of 37,000. Behbehani tanked for a bit but eventually folded his hand awarding the pot to Barbero.
Hand #34: In a raised pot Jake Schwartz and Jan Kropacek were heads up. On a flop of Kropacek checked to Schwartz who put out a bet that was called by Kropacek. On the turn, Kropacek checked to Schwartz again who fired 46,000. Kropacek called. The river was the and both players checked. Schwartz turned up his but it was no good against Kropacek's for three queens and Kropacek scooped the pot.
Hand #35: Behbehani opened to 32,000 from the button. From the small blind Kropacek reraised to 80,000. Behbehani called. On the flop Kropacek led for 75,000. Behbehani couldn't handle the pressure of the bet and he tossed his hand into the muck
Hand #36: Action folded to Schwartz and from the hijack he raised to 32,000. Mike Watson called from the big blind. On the flop, Watson checked called a bet of 27,000 from Schwartz. The turn was the and Watson checked for a second time. Schwartz put out a bet of 44,000 which Watson called. On the river Watson checked for third time. Schwartz fired 78,000 and it was too much for Watson who folded as Schwartz scooped the pot.
Hand #37: Schwartz opened the pot again for 32,000. Only Andrew Kloc called from the big blind. On the flop Kloc checked to Schwartz who bet 27,000. Kloc quickly folded and Schwartz collected the pot.
Hand #28: Sumanth Reddy moved all in for 108,000 when action was folded to him. Action folded to Mike Watson who made the call. In the next seat over, Andrew Kloc reraised all in for 340,000. Action folded back around to Mike Watson who went into the tank for several minutes before folding his hand leaving Reddy and Kloc heads up going to a showdown
The flop came down giving Kloc the lead with two pair. The and on the river did not help Reddy catch back up and he was eliminated from the tournament in 10th place, giving the final nine players a pay jump.