Hiroaki Harada pushed all in from the button for 4,700,000 and he was called by small blind Andres Viola. Harada pushed with [kc5c] and he was up against the [ad2s] of Viola. The board fell [8h5h3has3s] and Viola eliminated Harada in 12th place. The Japanese player took home $45,000 and the others
Pablo Silva limped on the button and small blind Charles Kassin called as well. Big blind Hiroaki Harada checked his option. The flop fell [8h6h2c] and it checked to Silva who bet 1,000,000. Harada pushed all in for 9,300,000 and Kassin folded. Silva called. Silva showed [ahac] and Harada had [jh7h]. The turn
Luis Gustavo Kamei, a one-time chip leader of this event, shoved from the cutoff for 4,225,000. Hiroaki Harada on the button over shoved for 13,200,000 and both blinds released. Luis Gustavo Kamei: [AdJs] Hiroaki Harada: [AhKh] The board ran out [Qd3h4h] [4c] [8h] and Kamei hit the rail.
Martin Arce limped the small blind and big blind Hiroaki Harada raised to 1,800,000. Arce called to see the flop. The flop came down [9c7s4d] and Arce checked to Harada who continued with a bet of 1,000,000. Arce then raised to 2,700,000 and Harada called. The turn was the [kh] and Arce
Mihai Manole was all-in and at risk of being eliminated with [asks] against [thtc] of Hiroaki Harada. The board was dealt [Jc8h2hts6c] and Manole was eliminated in 35th place. The Romanian cashed for $30,000.