It wasn't long after Andras Nemeth eliminated Ben Tollerene, that he found himself with the second largest stack of the remaining five players. He built his stack up from just five big blinds and had put himself in a great position for a seven-figure payday.
However, after Steve O'Dwyer raised to 3.7 million with , Nemeth shipped all in for 71.5 million with . O'Dwyer made the call and the two players were in a massive flip for the chip lead. The dealer fanned the flop of to give O'Dwyer the best hand with a pair of aces. The on the turn and the on the river changed nothing as Nemeth was eliminated in fifth place.
It was a somewhat cautious approach heading into the dinner break for the three shorter stacks. O'Dwyer holds well over half of the chips in play and is well on his way to another Super High Roller victory.