Split luck for the two of the Europeans still in. Peter Charalambous admitted to "have gambled" after repotting an open raise from Allan Le in the cutoff to 34,500 with another 5,000 behind. Le called to see the flop and Charalambous moved all in with . Le called with for top pair and the gut shot and also stayed ahead on the turn. The river however completed the flush for the Brit and he doubled up.
John O'Shea raised the button to 9,000 and got two callers in the blinds. On the flop the action was checked through, the big blind bet the turn for 10,000 and only O'Shea called. We then saw the river complete the board and the big blind got paid off for 11,000 when showing for a boat.