The players have just gone for a short break.
Sean Winter shoved from the button for 880,000 and David Peters called.
The board ran out for Winter to stay ahead with the higher hole cards and double up.
Sean Winter raised to 225,000 on the button and David Peters three-bet to 780,000. Winter looked at the clock several times and glanced at Peters before announcing all-in and Peters snap-called for the 3,310,000 he had in front of him.
The board ran out for Peters to hold with the higher pocket pair to double up and leave Winter behind with 800,000.
Sean Winter shoved from the small blind and Jack Salter called for the 1,105,000 he had behind in the big blind.
The board ran out for Winter to hit a full house to eliminate Salter in 3rd place for $230,500.
David Peters shoved from the small blind and Rainer Kempe called for his last 650,000 or so in the big blind.
The flop came for Peters to hit a pair of nines.
The turn brought them the for Kempe now have the higher pair of aces but the river completed the board with the for Peters to make trips to eliminate Kempe in fourth place for $177,380.
Rainer Kempe raised from under the gun and David Peters called in the big blind.
The flop came , Peters check-called the 110,000 continuation-bet of Kempe.
The turn brought them the , Peters checked again. Kempe now bet 400,000 and Peters called again.
The river completed the board with the , Peters checked, Kempe tanked, using two time bank cards, and then decided to shove with the bigger stack. Peters tanked, also using two time bank cards, and then made the call. David Peters tabled for the flopped top pair and saw that Kempe had bluffed with .
David Peters raised to 120,000 from the button and Rainer Kempe shoved in the small blind. Ivan Luca called in the big blind for his last 140,000 and Peters quickly folded.
The flop came to keep Kempe ahead.
The turn brought them the for Luca to hit a pair of sixes. Another six or king would save Luca but the came on the river instead to send Luca to the payout desk to collect $140,460 for finishing in 5th place.