The cards are back in the air.
Triple Draw 2-7 - Hold’em - Omaha 8 - 500-1,000 1,000-2,000
Razz - Stud - Stud 8 200 300 1,000 1,000-2,000
No-Limit Hold’em – PLO (No Ante) 150 250-500
The remaining 24 players are heading on a 15-minute break.
Brian Rast opened to 950 under the gun and Dylan Honeyman called next to act as the dealer fanned a flop.
Rast continued for 1,500 and Honeyman raised to 4,000 with Rast calling before both players checked down the and .
Honeyman tabled his , but it would be Rast's that would see him scoop the pot.
Dan Heimiller moved all in for his remaining 1,600 from under the gun and was called by Brian Rast on the button and Mel Judah in the blinds.
Rast and Judah then checked the board of up to the river where Judah threw out a bet of 2,000 to force Rast out.
Judah then tabled his and took down the pot with top pair after Heimiller rolled over his for jack-high.
Dylan Honeyman raised on the button, and Dan Heimiller reraised from the big blind. Honeyman called, and the flop came down . Heimiller led with a bet, and Honeyman called to see the pair the board on the turn. Heimiller bet again, and Honeyman called.
Then on the river, Heimiller checked, Honeyman bet, and Heimiller called. Honeyman showed the for two pair, and Heimiller mucked his hand.
On the next hand, action folded to Heimiller in the small blind, and he raised against Mike Watson's big blind. Watson called, and the flop came out . Heimiller bet, and Watson called to see the land on the turn. Both players checked, and the landed on the river. Heimiller bet out, and Watson folded.
Then, on the very next hand, Honeyman opened with a raise from under the gun, and Mel Judah three-bet from the cutoff seat. Action folded back to Honeyman, and he called to see the flop. After Honeyman checked, Judah bet. Honeyman called.
The turn was the , and Honeyman checked. Judah checked behind, and Honeyman check-raised. Judah folded, and Honeyman won the pot.
Seven-Card Stud Hi-Lo
Jeff Madsen has just been eliminated in a multiway pot by Jan Suchanek.
Madsen: / /
Suchanek: / /
Graeme Putt: / /
Suchanek tabled his for two pair to scoop the pot and send Madsen to the rail.
On a flop of , Daniel Negreanu found himself all in against Jonathan Duhamel.
The turn and river landed the and to end Negreanu's tournament early while sending Duhamel's stack up to roughly 11,000.
We arrived at the table with the flop showing . Brian Rast bet out 2,500 before Dan Heimiller moved all in for his remaining 4,950 in chips. Rast called.
The board ran out the and to see Heimiller spike two-pair on the river to take down the pot.