Paetz needed to tap his stone on the button to equalize on the tenth. She played her stroke to perfection for one and forced an extra finish.
Paetz’s last shot on the tenth needed to hit the Swiss stone which lies on the 4-foot and stop to force a difficult shot of Sweden Anna Hasselborg and get to steal.
Paetz got the outlet, but could not get the stone to stop, which left a clear shot button for Hasselborg, who has hit and stopped just enough in the 12-foot to make one for the victory.
Sweden (4-2) plays against Denmark at 1:05 ET on Tuesday. At the same time, Switzerland (5-1) takes on Team USA.
Denmark 10, ROC 5
Denmark Madeleine DuPont got the double takeout she needed at the tenth end to give her team a 10-5 win over the team from the Russian Olympic Committee on Monday.
DuPont only needed to move one ROC stone to make sure her opponent did not score two goals in the tenth to force an extra finish. She did that and more and cleared the house of all ROC stones to end the match with three points in the end.
ROC landed its last stone on the 12-foot in the eighth, leaving Denmark two stones as they already lay, and an open opportunity for Dupont to easily pick up three. With the shot, Denmark broke the equalizer and went up to 7-4 with two finishes to play.
The team was tied, 3-3, at half time.
Denmark (2-4) will next meet Sweden at 1:05 ET on Tuesday. Even at that time, the ROC (0-6) will take on China.
South Korea 10, Japan 5
South Korea kept their medal hopes alive with a 10-5 win over Japan in nine finishes on Monday.
Under with 2-1 in the third, South Korea made three after EunJung Kim removed five stones on her last two shots. She finished the end with a double takeout that sent a Japanese stone into the other and both out from the back of the house.
South Korea stole another point in the fourth, and Japan scored two in the fifth to go into the break with 5-4 behind.
South Korea scored two more goals in the sixth.
Japanese Satsuki Fujisawa tried for a triple takeout that would have given her team two points in the seventh, but failed, instead let South Korea steal one and go up 8-4 with three ends to play. It was the third stolen end for South Korea in the match so far.
Kim played a draw for the button to score two more goals in the ninth and force Japan to concede the last.
Japan (4-3) next play Great Britain at 01:05 ET on Tuesday.
South Korea (3-3) will take Session 9 off and will return to the ice at 20:05 on Tuesday to face Switzerland.
Canada 7, United Kingdom 3
Canada won a much-needed victory over Great Britain, 7-3, to stay in the tournament semifinals.
In the fifth, Jennifer Jones got a double takeout on Canada’s penultimate stone. Canada had two yellow on the outer rings, while Great Britain had one on the button. GBR: s Eve Muirhead followed with a shot that put another stone in the 4-footer, leaving another double takeout open for Jones, who made it easy to give Canada three points at the end and a 4-1 lead at halftime.
The two teams exchanged individual points from there.
Muirhead desperately tried to triple the final stone on the tenth, but failed to do so, giving Canada a steal in the final and a 4-point win.
Great Britain (3-3) will return to play against Japan at 1:05 ET on Tuesday.
Canada (3-3) takes a session off and will next play Team USA at 20:05 ET on Tuesday.
Curling stand for women
1 – Switzerland (5-1)
2 – USA (4-2)
2 – Sweden (4-2)
2 – Japan (4-2)
5 – Korea (3-3)
5 – Great Britain (3-3)
5 – Canada (3-3)
8 – Denmark (2-4)
8 – China (2-4)
10 – Russian Olympic Committee (0-6)