Mark Betts was on the slide but picked off an Oliver Speidel bluff to move back up to 700,000 chips.
Speidel opened to 22,000 and was called in two spots en route to a flop. He continued for 40,000 and was only called by Betts. Both players checked the turn before Speidel had a stab with a 60,000 bet on the river. Betts called with pocket fours, beating his opponent's king-ten.