|Daranyi leads the way|
The Greek chipped up at the expense of Heinz H. after the pair went to the flop in a raised pot. It came Q♦7♦3♣ and both players seemed eager to get their chips into the centre.
When the cards were turned face up, it was clear why as Heinz had flopped top pair with K♠Q♣ and Pavlos had Aces. They held up on the turn and river and took Heinz down to around 300,000 chips.
Here's the latest (rough) chip count:
Tamas Daranyi - 1,800,000
Pavlos Xanthopolous - 1,200,000
Billy Ngo - 850,000
Vincent Gomez - 600,000
Mario Karman - 380,000
Heinz H. - 300,000
Pavel Chalupka - 225,000
UPDATE - As we typed up this piece, Mario Karman made his exit as he lost to the AJ of Daranyi. He wins €5,860 for 7th, while Tamas now has over 2,000,000 chips.