- Slepe stave:
David Williams was crippled when he lost to Wilfried Harig's all in preflop on a board. His last 10,000 went in with against Gill's and again he lost out.
Adam Junglen just got involved in a raising war with getting his 180,000 chip stack into the middle against Cameron New's . The board came and New won a huge pot to put him second in chips.
We didn't see how the betting went down, but a doozy of a hand just developed when David Baker and Roger Easterday got all in and were at risk against the superior stack of Tom Schneider.
It was a sick hand with Baker way out in front. The flop gave Baker trips and left Easterday drawing dead; however, with two spades on the flop, Schneider had a runner-runner flush opportunity. Baker's face fell when the was put out on the river, making the long shot that much closer to happening.
The dealer burned and put out the ! Baker cringed in agony . . . "Wait," he said, "It paired the board." The realization that he'd made a full house and could beat Schneider's flush dawned on him and Baker was all smile.
Easterday was eliminated on the hand while Schneider followed him out the door a few hands later.
|6||Eugene Du Plessis|
Cameron New raised on the button and Bryce Yockey three-bet all in for 32,000 from the small blind. New made the call and discovered he was ahead.
The flop paired both players, but New was still well out in front. The turn left Yockey looking for either a jack or ten on the river, but it was the the appear. Yockey's elimination brings us down to the final 27 players, which means it is time for a table redraw.
On a flop of , Scott Clements check-raised pot for 51,000 against Josh Budin's 12,000 bet. Budin moved all in and Clements made the call.
The on the turn left Budin drawing dead and Clements hit another diamond on the river for good measure.
Scott Clements raised to 12,500 from late position and was quickly three-bet to 28,000 by Kyle Zartman in the cutoff. Clements proceeded to check-call a bet of 36,000 on the flop, leading to the turn.
Both players seemed happy to check, which lead to the on the river. Clements immediately fired out a bet of 85,000 and Zartman ended up making the call. "Ace high," Clements said, prompting Zartman to turn over the winning .
Cedric Adam moved all in preflop from the cutoff with but Ryan Milisits made the call from the button with and the cowboys held on a board of without too much trouble.
33rd- Scott Gledhill ($7,555)
34nd- Fabien Perrot ($7,555)
35st- Frederic Bussot ($7,555)
36th- Mark Rodoja ($7,555)
37th- Siegfried Stockinger ($6,272)
38th- Stewart Yancik ($6,272)