|Blinds||150,000 / 300,000|
Ryan Andrada moved all-in on the button for about 1,700,000. He was called by Jeremy Malod in the small blind.
The board ran out .
Malod hit a pair of aces on the river to get the knockout and increase his already enormous chip lead.
Bradley Jansen raised to 400,000 from under the gun and Jeremy Malod called from the big blind.
Both players checked the flop of .
The turn was and both players checked again. The river was .
Malod fired 875,000 on the river and Jansen called. Malod turned over for fours full of threes and Jansen sent the losing hand into the muck.
Jeremy Malod raised to 325,000 from the cutoff and Jesse Yaginuma three-bet to 1,100,000 from the button. Malod four-bet shoved and Yaginuma called. Yaginuma was at risk.
The board ran out and the queens held to knock Yaginuma out of the tournament in sixth place.
They are down the final six players who are guaranteed a cash prize of $51,305.
Bradley Jansen opened to 375,000 from under the gun. The action folded around to Mark Liedtke in the big blind and he moved all-in for 2,200,000. Bradley snap-called.
The board ran out x. Jansen's pocket queens held and he sent Liedtke to the payout line.
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The players are now on a 15-minute break.