|Blinds||120,000 / 240,000|
"femme_fatale" raised to 48,000 from middle position Richard "Na_Cho_Cheez" Liotta jammed for 215,952 and got called.
Liotta was in good position with the vs the .
The flop came the to put the aces behind. The turn was the and the river the to eliminate Liotta in cruel fashion.
Minh "Bow2Me" Nguyen moved all in for 298,583 from the button and Taylor "ReadyGambo" Black three-bet to 573,166 from the small blind.
Minh "Bow2Me" Nguyen:
Taylor "ReadyGambo" Black:
The board ran out and Nguyen bowed out in 36th place for $3,183.
Philip "Chairman99" Tom moved all in for 201,522 from the cutoff and Brett "furofakind" Shaffer three-bet jammed over the top next to act. That cleared the field and the hands were turned up.
Brett "furofakind" Shaffer:
Philip "Chairman99" Tom:
The board ran out and Tom fell in 39th place for $2,699.
Angel "ChromeKing" Lopez moved all in for 128,760 from middle position and Tony "Panoramic" Dunst called from the button. Jason "margateman" Deutsch then jammed for 286,511 from the small blind and Dunst called.
Jason "margateman" Deutsch:
Angel "ChromeKing" Lopez:
Tony "Panoramic" Dunst:
Everyone had a big hand but Deutsch was best. The flop produced the case ace, while the turn kept Dunst drawing live to the nut flush.
It didn't come in though as the bricked the river.
Deutsch more than doubled while Lopez was eliminated in 44th place for $2,699.
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