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Ashley Harrison Eliminated in 16th Place (€5,750)

Level 30: 75,000/150,000 (150,000)
Entries: 15/1,460

Krystian Nalepka jammed from the small blind before Ashley Harrison called off his stack of around 7 big blinds from the big blind.

Ashley Harrison: 32
Krystian Nalepka: AJ

Despite having live cards, Harrison was unable to get there with his three-high on the K9K84 runout to hit the rail in 16th place.

Meanwhile, the final 15 players each earned a pay jump to at least €6,900.

Krystian Nalepka – 8.875 million
Ashley Harrison – 0

Ashley Harrison

Chip Counts at Break

PlacePlayerChipsBig Blinds
1Sebastian Mortensen13,350,00089
2Richard Koppel7,975,00053
3Ludovic Uzan7,825,00052
4Krystian Nalepka7,000,00047
5Jordan Dumas6,490,00043
6Elvijs Kuceruks3,700,00025
7Indre Stanaityte3,525,00024
8Petteri Miettinen3,250,00022
9Vilde Ekren2,950,00020
10Marcos Perez Padron2,900,00019
11Philipp Drayer2,850,00019
12Jake Allen2,825,00019
13Roar Flotre2,500,00017
14Kevin Rothlisberger2,275,00015
15John Forsman2,250,00015
16Ashley Harrison1,225,0008

First Break

Players are on their first break of the final day. Blinds will increase to 75,000/150,000 with a 150,000 big blind ante when the action resumes in 15 minutes.

We will update with the full chip counts during the break.

Mortensen Takes the Lead

Level 29: 60,000/120,000 (120,000)
Entries: 16/1,460

Ashley Harrison jammed into a pot of around 2 million with the Q8A7 on the board after the turn.

“I have to call,” said Sebastian Mortensen before calling moments later.

Sebastian Mortensen: AQ
Ashley Harrison: KQ

Harrison was drawing dead and doubled Mortensen into the chip lead after the J river completed the board.

Shortly after, Stefan Trevelyan and Colin Bidwell to leave just 16 players remaining in the Grand Event

Sebastian Mortensen – 12 million
Ashley Harrison – 2 million
Stefan Trevelyan – 0
Colin Bidwell – 0

Sebastian Mortensen

Players Cashing for €4,750

19Maxime Delhommeau€4,750
20Sven Meschede€4,750
21Jorgen Jessen€4,750
22Terence Newton€4,750
23Matthew Vicarage€4,750

Three Players Out

Level 29: 60,000/120,000 (120,000)
Entries: 18/1,460

Jorgen Jessen was involved in a three-way pot with his short stack of 5 big blinds committed with J9. Kevin Rothlisberger had his last 1 million committed with AK while John Forsman had both players covered with 88. The AA7Q4 ran out on the board to eliminate Jessen while Rothlisberger also doubled through Forsman.

Shortly after, Sven Meschede lost his short stack when his A3 got nowhere against the AK held by Petteri Miettinen after the 4Q744 ran out on the board.

Maxime Delhommeau with QJ was delivered a bad beat moments later by Indre Stanaityte with AK after Delhommeau had his stack committed on the 610Q flop. The K turn flipped the tables and Delhommeau was on the rail after the 10 river completed the board.