It was Bryn Kenney who sent Daniel Dvoress to the rail. The American said he called a raise to 32,000 and found a queen-high flop. Dvoress check-called a bet worth 38,000 and did so again on the turn for 87,000. Dvoress then checked the river and called the shove of Kenney for his last 260,000 with for trips queens.
Kenney flashed pocket nines for a full house and scooped yet another big pot.
Fedor Holz is another chip millionaire while the rise of Mustapha Kanit was halted by Max Silver. The latter shoved the river for 240,000. Kanit, who had bet 40,000, eventually called and then mucked the once Silver showed for the nut flush.