On the heads up flop of with around 23,000 in the middle, Rainer Kempe checked to Isaac Haxton on the button and he bet 6,000. Kempe called and checked again the turn. Haxton now made it 16,000 to go and again Kempe called.
The on the river saw Kempe take his time before moving all in and Haxton snap-called for his last 42,300. Kempe rolled over and Haxton had for the full house. "I thought the river shove would put you in a tougher spot," Kempe added with a smile on the face.
While the hand was taking place still, Anton Bertilsson grabbed his belongings on a neighboring table and headed to the rail. It was the second bullet for the Swede, who has been eliminated for good.