Stoyan Madanzhiev continued his domination and raked in several pots but in a rare hand that did not feature him, it was Tyler Rueger instead that was the first to get involved. Rueger min-raised to 1.4 million as second player to act and one seat over, Tyler Cornell then moved all in for 4,796,374 in total.
The action folded back to Rueger who made the call and created the next all-in showdown.
Cornell was ahead but fell behind on the flop. The turn provided more outs with an additional gutshot but the river was not what he was looking for. Rueger prevailed with queens and nines, sending Cornell to the rail in 8th place for $328,305.