Andreas Samuelsson opened for 3,200 from early position only to have Eoghan O'Dea three-bet to 7,500 from the cutoff. After the button and both blinds folded, Samuelsson four-bet to 18,500, and then O'Dea thought for a long time before moving all in for roughly 80,000. Samuelsson made a quick called and O'Dea discovered the bad news.
O'Dea was in bad shape, but that changed on the flop as he nailed a flush. However, Samuelsson hit a set and could retake the lead if the board paired. The turn didn't do it, but the river did. O'Dea didn't seem too surprised, and he made his exit just shy of Level 13.