Leif Force check-raised a flop from 40,000 to 140,000, called by his in-position opponent. The turn and river were checked by both parties, Force showing down the flush. "Nice flop," Force admitted, while his opponent said he'd flopped a set of sevens.
Eoghan O'Dea, third on the Ireland all-time money list, 6th in the $10,000 PLO Championship in 2017, and Main Event finalist in 2007, took a pot from Aristeidis Moschonas with a river bet of 240,000. Moschonas had led for 75,000 on the flop, O'Dea had made the call. Both players checked the turn and when Moschonas checked the river, O'Dea thought for a good minute and threw out the pot-winning bet.