Davidi Kitai open-shoved from under the gun for 78,500 and the action folded to Paul Newey in the small blind, who called all in for less. Kitai showed and Newey had .
The flop of was no threat for Newey, but the turn made things spicy. However, the river blanked and left Kitai with less than three big blinds. Those chips vanished one hand later to Anton Astapau and the Belgian left the tournament area just shy of the second break.