Hand #66: Ricardo Ramos moved all in for his final 1.76 million, and Matt Berkey tanked for a bit in the big blind before he called.
The flop promised plenty of sweats, coming . The on the turn gave Berkey a straight, but Ramos could still win with a heart or chop with an eight. Sure enough, the came on the river, and the rollercoaster hand ended in a chop.
Hand #67: In between these two hands, Giuseppe Pantaleo asked for the first deck scramble of the final table. Ramos moved all in first to act, and Pantaleo moved all in right behind him. Everyone else folded, and the cards were on their backs.
Despite having a big lead and not being at risk, Pantaleo was the one pacing with his hands on his head, likely having flashbacks to a monster pot he lost last night with aces to a runner-runner flush.
The flop gave Ramos a pair and more reason for Pantaleo to sweat. However, the was a great card for him, as Ramos now needed a king and a king only. The river brought the , filling Pantaleo up and sending the Brazilian to the rail.