|Blinds||140,000 / 280,000|
"Wreckless" raised to 56,000 from under the gun, and Aaron "SagevSal" Henderson three-bet shoved for 404,372 in middle position. WSOP Bracelet winner Justin "cheersfive" Liberto called off his last 397,213 from the hijack, and "Wreckless" called to put both players at risk.
Justin "cheersfive" Liberto:
Aaron "SagevSal" Henderson:
Henderson's kings held on a runout to give him an essential triple-up, while Liberto left in 36th place, good for $2,861.86.
"dudeguydrew" opened under the gun for 56,000 and "DumpsterFire" three-bet all in for 546,688 from the cutoff. Action folded to "Cant_C_Me" who came over the top for 593,683 and "dudeguydrew" called for less holding 511,478.
"dudeguydrew" held the best hand but had a sweat after the flop gave both opponents a flush draw.
The turn was safe for "dudeguydrew" as was the river securing "dudeguydrew" massive triple-up while "DumpsterFire" was eliminated from the tournament.
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"mush295" jammed for 80,986 from the hijack, and "Warwind" three-bet shoved for 974,532 from the cutoff. Thomas "OtB_RedBaron" Lim four-bet shoved for 1,000,262 and "1John318" folded in the big blind.
Thomas "OtB_RedBaron" Lim:
"Warwind" held on the flop, but "mush295" hit trips on the turn to take the lead on the main pot. "Warwind" still was primed to win a massive side pot, but the river sent the over 1.8 million chip side pot to Lim, while "mush295" won the main pot and "Warwind" was left with 47th place and $1,996.65.