In the first hand after the break, Conor Beresford got it all in with ace-five against the ace-five of Ole Schemion and they chopped it up. In the subsequent hand, Beserford raised himself committed, Alexandre Santo shoved from the big blind and Beresford stuck the rest in.
The Brazilian rail jumped on their feet and gathered to see the flop fall. The on the turn sealed it for their champion, rendering the river moot. Beresford collected $37,580 for his fifth-place finish.