Hand #53: Yorane Kerignard raised to 330,000 from the hijack and it folded over to Christopher Greaves in the small blind. He three-bet shoved for 2.7 million and it folded back to Kerignard who called.
The board ran out , keeping Greaves' jacks in the lead with a full house of jacks full of fours and allowing him to double. Kerignard was crippled to just 125,000.
Hand #54: Kerignard moved all in for his last 105,000 from middle position and Androni Larrabe raised to 525,000 from the next seat over. It folded to Christopher Greaves who announced that he was all in over the top. Action folded back to Larrabe and he called for his own tournament life of 2.495 million. Greaves had both of his opponents covered heading to the community cards.
The players received a huge sweat on the flop, giving Greaves outs to make the wheel and a club flush, as well as keeping his overcard outs.
"Are these flops even real?" remarked chip leader Dan Sindelar as he watch his opponents sweating their fates.
The paired the board on the turn and Larrabe's jacks were still in the lead. He needed to dodge Greaves' many outs in order to scoop the entire pot. He did exactly that as the came down on the river, allowing him to eliminate Kerignard and double through Greaves.
Kerignard was eliminated in 23rd place while Larrabe brought his stack up to 5.25 million in chips.