Jesse Cohen was eliminated in unknown action.
Bradley McFarland raised to 18,000 preflop and the action folded around to Bryan Pimlott. After some pondering, Pimlott three-bet his stack all in and McFarland made the call.
The flop fell giving Pimlott trip aces, but McFarland a flush draw. The fell on the turn keeping Pimlott in the lead. Unfortunately for Pimlott, McFarland caught up when the drilled the river, giving him Broadway.
This is Pimlott's second deep cash in this brief WSOP, after coming in 13th in Event #6, the $1,500 Limit Hold'em tournament earlier this week. Although he seems to be running hot, Pimlott, a 41 year old orthopedic trauma surgeon, will not be playing any more events until the Main Event. He will receive $10,636 for his efforts in this tournament.
A three-way preflop all in developed between three players: Martins Adeniya, Corey Hastings and Jesse Cohen. Cohen was the short stack of the three and Hastings had the largest stack.
Cohen was able to split the main pot with Hastings for 91,000 each. Hastings took a sizable side pot that was between him and Adeniya. Hastings is around the 400,000 mark.
The action opened when Bradley McFarland raised to 18,000 preflop. From the very next seat, Andrea Dato made it 52,000 total. The action folded back around to McFarland who, after some time, announced that he was all in. Dato made a rather quick call, tabling . Fortunately for Dato, he was crushing McFarland's
The board fell and Dato's ace-ten high was able to scoop the pot. McFarland's move knocked him down to 230,000, while boosting Dato's stack to around 430,000.
Playing a short stack for most of the last couple of levels, Reed Hensel finally gave in. With that elimination we are down to our final 23 players.
Although his hand and the action was unknown, Jordan Siegel was all in with a short stack and lost to trip Jacks. Siegel fought valiantly all day and will take home $10,636 in prize money.
After Tyson Marks opened with a raise under the gun, Bill Chen three bet to 50,000 in middle position. Action folded to Getty Mattingsly in the small blind who pushed in the rest of his 80,000 chips. Marks folded and Chen called.
The board ran out and Mattingsly will have to wait for the next one.
When we caught up with the action, Bill Chen was calling the all in of Cyriel Dohmen preflop. Chen had raised from the cutoff and Dohmen shoved all in from the button.
The board ran out , failing to improve Dohmen's ace-king. Chen scooped the pot and it currently sitting with roughly 390,000.
The field has been reduced to the final 27 players across three tables. Tournament officials have done a complete redraw. Here's how the players have moved.
1. Daniel Quesada
2. Bill Chen
3. Cyriel Dohmen
4. Steve Watts
5. Anders Meli
6. Getty Mattingsley
7. Tyson Marks
8. Justin Sternberg
9. Mats Gavatin
1. Jesse Cohen
2. Reed Hensel
3. Martins Adeniya
4. Sam Trickett
5. Corey Hastings
6. Nicholas Rampone
7. Anthony Fung
8. Richard Trigg
9. Daniel Smith
1. Jordan Siegel
2. Denis Torgersen
3. Amritaksha Basu
4. Bradley McFarland
5. Andrea Dato
6. Matthew Hensen
7. David Diaz
8. Bryan Pimlott
9. Brandon Poe
It folded to Jesse Cohen on the button who moved all in. Reed Hensel immediately called for less in the small blind and Martins Adeniya got out of the way from the big blind.
The board ran out and Cohen shipped over 58,000 to Hensel. Cohen still has 78,000 left to work with.