Michael Gagliano raised from under the gun to make it 27,000. Fabrizio Gonzalez countered by three-betting to 51,000. The table folded around to Joshua Pedraza who moved all in for 131,000. Gagliano folded and Gonzalez took his time to ponder what course of action he wanted to take. In the end Gonzalez decided calling was the best option and pushed his chips in the middle. Gonzalez had 17,000 more, so Pedraza would be the one at risk.
The board came and despite having a world of outs Gonzalez came up short.
Gonzalez soon found himself in the big blind and moved all in for his remaining 17,000 after Larry Duplantis raised it up to 36,000. Jimmy Fradettedufour and Michael Gagliano also came along for the ride.
The flop came and all three remaining players checked. The on the turn saw a bet of 48,000 from Duplantis and the rest of the players folded. Duplantis was awarded the side pot, but there was still another pot to be won and cards were tabled.
Duplantis had a pair of sixes and Gonzalez a pair and flush draw. The on the river though was not one of Gonzalez's outs and he was eliminated.