Sebastian Rebhan open-shoved from the button; in the big blind, Johannes Park Skak agonised for a few moments before making the call.
Park: Kc Qh
Rebhan: an esoteric but very live 6c 7d
Board: 6s 7h 3d 2s 3c
Rebhan enjoyed a full double up to 1.2 million. Park, meanwhile, was reduced to just 178k – four big blinds or so. He got it in with 2d 4d from the small blind next hand, and chip leader Alex Hendriks gave him a spin with a dominating Td 2c. It didn’t look good for Park, but the Js 2s Ac 4c 6d promptly delivered him two pair to keep him in the game. Park’s still the shortest stack at the table on 386k, but he’s hanging in there for now.