Tristan Wade won a monster pot that left David Peters with less than three big blinds at the end.
The two saw a flop and Wade check-raised up to 13,700 after Peters had bet 4,600. Call. Wade went on to bet 22,200 on the turn and 76,500 all-in on the river. Peters called both times with [9d for set set but he could beat the flopped straight that Wade had with .
Peters managed to double-up once but was out the next time his chips were in the middle. Wade takes through 238,000.
James Dempsey opens the betting with a raise to 5,000 but his opponent, Adrien Allain three-bets to 12,000. Dempsey re-checks his cards before moving a pile of yellow chips worth 32,000 past the betting line. Allain is stopped in his tracks and he makes the laydown.
On a flop reading Terrance Chan checks, Max Silver bets 5,000 and Chan makes the call. The turn brings the into play and again Chan checks, Silver bets again, this time increasing the size to 12,700 and Chan decides to call.
The river sees the show its face and Chan checks for a third time. Silver moves all in and Chan quickly makes the call.
Chan had turned two pair but the Brit had flopped a flush.
Taylor Paur has defeated James Mitchell is their heads-up battle to advance with 233,000.
We caught up with the action on the river where the board read . Paur was on the button and had 12,500 laid out as a bet in front of him and he faced Mitchell's all-in push for 48,100. "I can beat everything but the nuts", said Paur who called with .
"Good call", said the Brit who tabled before heading out of the door.