|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
The players will now be taking a five-minute break.
Adrian Mateos opened to 32,000 from under the gun, David Peters called in middle position and Mark Radoja then three-bet to 129,600. Mateos folded and Peters moved all in, totaling 624,281. Radoja called for less and the two tabled their hands.
The board came down and Radoja's aces held strong, doubling through Peters.
Action folded around to Sebastien Grax, he moved all in for 236,363 from the cutoff and Alex Kolonias called in the big blind.
The flop spread out , leaving Grax in the lead with his higher kicker. A left Kolonias with my last chance for romance and the river brought him the love when a landed, giving him a pair of dimes to send Grax out the door.
Dan Smith opened to 29,400 from under the gun, Andras Nemeth called in the big blind and the flop hit the virtual felt. Action checked to Smith, he bet 15,400 and Nemeth check-raised to 58,800.
Smith called and the peeled off on the turn. Nemeth checked again to Smith who bet 56,000 and Nemeth then check-raised all in for a total of 204,048. Smith snap-called, tabling for top pair with a straight draw.
Nemeth turned over for just a pair of nines and was in rough shape until the landed on the river, giving him three nines to take down the pot for an unlikely double through Smith.
Darren Elias shoved 73,574 from under the gone and Daniel Dvoress called in the big blind, putting his opponent at risk.
The flop came down hitting a queen for Dvoress to take the lead, a lead that quickly diminished when the peeled off on the turn, giving Elias two bullets.
Another lead changed occurred on the river when an unlikely landed, giving Dvoress three queens to scoop the pot, eliminating Elias from the tournament.
Nick "distrito" Binger opened to 24,000 from middle position, Sam Greenwood pushed all in for a total of 281,836 and Isaac Haxton shoved over the top. Binger called his 191,752 into the middle and all three tabled their hands.
Nick "distrito" Binger:
The flop came down , giving Binger an optimal spot to triple. A landed on the turn, adding some more outs for Haxton and the unlikely river was one of the, sending all the chips to Haxton with his three ladies.
|Nick "distrito" Binger||Busted|
Action folded around to Ole Schemion who looked down at a short stack and elected to shove for a total of 35,729. Daniel Dvoress was the only player to hook him up and the two tabled their hands.
The board rolled out and Schemion's night was brought to an end by Dvoress.