Hand #78: Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000. Action folded to Jan Kropacek in the cutoff who moved all in. Andrew Kloc moved all in over the top when action was on him. Wenker quickly folded and the two men went to showdown.
The board ran out and Kropacek never improved, thus he was eliminated from the tournament in 7th place, but not without collecting $38,621 for his efforts.
Hand #63:: Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000 and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #64: Jan Kropacek opened to 40,000 from the hi-jack only to have Simeon Naydenov three-bet to 110,000. Kropacek made the call as the dealer spread a flop with Kropacek checking to Naydenov.
Naydenov pushed out a 115,000-chip bet and Kropacek made the call to see the land on the turn. Kropacek checked and Naydenov bet out 180,000 only to have Kropacek move all-in. Naydenov instantly made the call for his 607,000 and the cards were tabled.
With Naydenov needing to fade a diamond or an eight, the river would fall the to see Naydenov double up to 1.7 million as Kropacek slips to 420,000 in chips.
Hand #58: Simeon Naydenov opened the pot with a raise to 40,000 and he collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #59: Jan Kropacek opened to 40,000 from under the gun. He got one call from Mike Watson from middle position. The flop came down and Kropacek fired out 37,000. Watson called to see the on the turn. On that turn Kropacek bet out 78,000 and Watson released, giving the pot to Kropacek.
Hand #60: From the cutoff, Tobias Wenker opened to 40,000. From the small blind Salman Behbehani moved all. Wenker released his hand and Behbehani was awarded the pot.
Hand #61: Jake Schwartz was in the cutoff and he opened to 40,000. Both the button and the blinds folded and Schwartz took down the pot.
Hand #62: From under the gun Andrew Kloc raised to 43,000. Everyone folded and Kloc took the pot.