We picked up with the action to find Adrian Mateos and Georgios Karakousis heads up on a board of . A massive pot was already built with well over 300,000 piled up in the middle of the table. Mateos was first to act and he checked fourth street. Karakousis moved all in for approximately 255,000 and Mateos snapped him off.
Mateos was in a dominating position with his flopped set against Karakousis's pocket sevens. Karakousis made a set on the river with the , but it was not enough to best Mateos. Karakousis hit the rail and Mateos assumed the role of tournament chip lead with about 855,000.