In a pot between Tony "TNT" Nasr in the hijack and Jorden Fox in the cutoff, there were multiple raises on the flop.
The came on the turn and saw a bet and a call.
The completed the board and saw a bet by Nasr, a raise by Fox, and a call.
Fox showed while Nasr mucked his cards and wondered how Fox can flop so many sets. Nasr took a hit but still seems determined and recently recounted how he started the day with just 27,500 chips and said, "I'm the best! I'm the best grinder there is!"
On a board reading , Rep Porter had bet and gotten raised by Christopher Adams. Porter was in the tank for a bit but eventually found a call.
Christopher Adams showed for a rivered straight and Porter mucked.
Christopher Adams check-called from the small blind on the flop against a button player.
The turn saw Adams check-raise and get called.
He led on the river and was called.
Adams showed for Broadway. That hand was not going to be beaten on that board and he took in the chips.
Jonathan Clay raised from the cutoff, only to get three-bet by Ian Glycester. Clay called and saw a flop.
The flop came down which was bet by Glycester and raised by Clay. Glycester called.
The turn of and river of were checked by both players. Showdown had Glycester show but was showed by Clay to take the pot.
On a flop reading , Pedro Rios bet and was raised by James Woodin. They eventually got all of their chips in the middle and the cards were flipped.
The flop and river came and with Rios' double, Woodin was left with one chip. A few hands later, he was all in three ways and mucked his hand when an opponent declared a pair of eights, eliminating him from the tournament.
Guy Cicconi was on the button and against a player in middle position on a flop. He bet and was called.
The turn saw him call a bet from his opponent, and after the completed the board, he called another bet.
Cicconi showed , which was good to beat the of his opponent.
Ian Glycenfer raised the button, which prompted a three-bet from Chairud Vangchailued which Glycenfer called.
The flop came down , and after Glycenfer bet, Vangchailued raised.
Glycenfer called, then checked the which Vangchailued checked back.
The river came and Glycenfer bet which got a call from Vangchailued. Glycenfer showed for a pair of aces and Vangchailued mucked his hand.
David Standley got the rest of his short stack in against Alan Myerson.
The board ran out and Standley was gone from the tournament.
Mike Lancaster raised the small blind into David Standley's big blind and Standley called.
Lancaster bet every street on the which Standley called every street.
Lancaster turned over and Standley said "Nice hand," and tossed his into the muck.