Chris Kostoulas opened for 8,000. Kat Sikorski made the call from the button and the player in the big blind completed with a call.
The flop came . It was checked to Kostoulas in the hijack and he continued with a bet of 15,000. Sikorski then three-bet min-raised to 30,000. It folded back to Kostoulas who then four-bet min-raised to 60,000.
Sikorski tanked for a few seconds before going all-in for 150,000. Kostoulas snap-called.
Kostoulas had flopped top set and his opponent was drawing very slim.
Sikorski was practically walking away from the table when the board completed with the on the turn and the on the river.
Sikorski went runner-runner to hit a straight to double through Kostoulas who was seriously crippled and was eliminated shortly thereafter.
The action folded around to Yulian Bogdanov on the button who jammed his 71,000 stack in the middle and the big blind called off his remaining 61,000.
Bodanov was behind with the eight-kicker but the flop gave him some extra life when it came , picking up a flush draw. The turn was the sealing the knockout for Bogdanov and the river was just a formality as the landed.
There are 218 players left who are guaranteed $2,402.
The action was picked up with a player all-in and at risk. Champie Douglas had called the all-in player.
The board ran out . The pocket tens, improved to a straight, and Douglas got a knockout to chip up nearing the money bubble.
The player under the gun opened to 7,000. The action folded to Richard Amar in the small blind and he called.
They went heads-up to the flop which came .
Amar checked to the original raiser who continued with a bet of 6,000 and then called.
The came on the turn. Amar checked to his opponent again and he bet 13,000 to which he called a third time.
The river card brought the . This time Amar took the betting lead and put his opponent all-in for 28,000. His opponent eventually let his hand go and Amar scooped the pot.
In a heads-up pot, the flop read , with about 19,000 in the middle the action checked to Jesse Yaginuma who put out a bet of 5,000. His opponent called.
The turn was the and after Yaginuma's opponent checked once more, he fired in a bet of 18,000. That was enough to force his opponent to surrender the pot and the dealer shipped Yaginuma the pot.
Upeshka De Silva opened the action from under the gun to 7,000 and both Timothy Su called from the small blind and Viet Vo from the big blind.
The dealer spread a flop of , the action checked to De Silva who put in a continuation bet of 8,000. Su raised to 25,000 and Vo re-raised to 50,000. De Silva quickly got out of the way and Su shoved the rest of his stack of roughly 85,000 which Vo called quickly.
Vo had flopped two pair and the turn was the meaning Su was drawing dead to the full house as the completed the board.