Pablo Melogno opened to 12,500 from under the gun and Kelvin Kerber three-bet to 38,000 in the cutoff. The action came back to Melogno who shoved all in for around 80,000. Kerber made a quick call and the cards were tabled.
Melogno held a sizeable preflop advantage but the flop gave Kerber a set of sevens and the lead. The turn was the and the river was the to send Melogno to the rail.
With just 25 players remaining, the hand-for-hand process has begun for the next two eliminations.