Hand #6: Shawn Buchanan had the button. Jake Cody raised to 60,000 in the cutoff and Buchanan riffled some chips before making a three-bet to 155,000. Both of the blinds folded and the action fell back to Cody. Cody eyed up the shortest stack at the table, checked his cards and then quickly threw them to the dealer.
Hand #7: Moritz Kranich had the button but it was Shawn Buchanan in the cutoff who raised to 65,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #8: Chris Moorman had the button. Dermot Blain raised to 65,000 in early position. The action folded to Moritz Kranich in the cut-off and he cold called and we had a two-way flop. The flop was and the action was on Blain to act first and he reached for chips before betting 95,000 and Kranich quickly folded.
Hand #9: Brian Roberts had the button but it was Jake Cody who raised to 60,000 from early position and nobody fancied tangling with the lad from Rochdale except Elio Fox, and he made the call from the big blind. The flop was and Fox checked to the initial raiser Cody who stared at the board for a while before betting 75,000. Cody then averted his stare back to Fox who made the call. We were going to have a turn card and it was the , Cody was tranxfixed with Fox who just stared at the board before reaching for chips and betting 175,000. Cody, mouth slightly open, switched glances from the board to Fox before deciding to fold and the chip leader won the pot.
Hand #10: Max Silver had the button. Chris Moorman was the first man into the pot from the cutoff. The bet was for 60,000 and when the play landed at the hands of Max Silver he three-bet to 165,000. Moorman asked Silver for a count before four-betting to 365,000 in total. Silver peeked at his cards before moving all-in and Moorman called.
Silver is eliminated in the first level of the final table.