Luke Reeves, starting the day with over five million chips, had dropped to 2,190,000 before finding a timely double to boost himself back near the top of the counts. He opened in early middle position to 110,000, called by neighour Leon Tsoukernik, before button Mikita Badziakouski three-bet to 360,000. Back to Reeves, who, after a moderate pause, moved all in. Tsoukernik suddenly lost interest in the hand, but Badziakouski made the call:
The board saw no upset, running out .