Hand #43: After that incredible previous hand, Adam Owen shoves for 11 big blinds with and gets it through. He'll need to keep that aggression up to play himself back into contention.
Hands #44 -#46: With a series of raise and takes, Uri Reichenstein maintains a large lead and is up to 107BB. That's almost ten times what Adam Owen has and the British player desperately needs a double-up. The last one was with blind-on-blind against Thomas De Rooij with a shove from the small blind.
Hand #47: Thomas De Rooij moved all-in with from the small blind for 4,875,000 and Adam Owen called with the in the big blind.
With Adam Owen at risk, he needed to hold, and to raucous cheers from both the British and Dutch rails, the board of saw Adam Owen double-up. He is now right back in it with 22 big blinds, but Thomas De Rooij goes to the break that has just been started with just 5 bigs and a dream.