Sorel Mizzi opened for 7,000 and was called by Jason Somerville. Martins Adeniya then moved all in from the button for 32,000, which pushed Mizzi from the hand. Somerville made the quick call and Adeniya discovered the bad news.
The flop gave Adeniya a little hope by pairing his queen, but he was going to need another lady to stay alive. The turn meant the players would chop with a jack on the river. The dealer slowly burned and revealed the . Adeniya, who was flying high as one of the chip leaders early on Day 2, was eliminated from the $10,000 PLH Championship.