Michal Polchlopek opened the pot from the cutoff seat and Mark Betts made the call in the big blind. Betts then check-called a bet of 35,000 from Polchlopek on a flop.
The on the turn led Betts to again check and this time Polchlopek bet 90,000. This is when Betts raised, making it a total of 200,000. It only took a few moments for Polchlopek to decided what to do, shoving his stack all-in. Betts thought for some time before making the call.
Polchlopek turned over his and when the came on the river, it changed nothing as Betts sent his cards into the muck. Once the chips were counted out, Betts was left with just 14,000. The next hand Betts was all in for less than a big blind and was eliminated in 4th place.