Mark Dickstein started the day as the chip leader, but then lost a few big pots late to sit with a chip stack. Now it is all over as he has been seen leaving the tournament.
We missed the action, but Scott Clements just grabbed his bag, and exited the Amazon Room.
Joseph Weinberger was under the gun when he opened up the pot. Charles Kassin called out of the big blind and a flop was dealt.
Kassin check-called a bet here and the hit the turn. Kassin again check-called, prompting the dealer to flip over the . Kassin would lead here and Weinberger would call. Kassin tabled his the straight winning the high and the sixty-four low giving him the scoop.
- Slepe stave:
|Mark Dickstein||/ (FOLDED)|
|Charles Kassin||/ /|
|Andrew Hippert||/ /|
When we reached Table 447, Kassin was already all in on fourth street. Fifth street was dealt, and Hippert led out. Dickstein released, and the hands were opened.
Kassin made a pair of sevens on sixth street, and his down card was the , giving him two pair. Hippert was dealt the on seventh, and his kings were no good.
When we arrived at Table 453, a board was already on the felt and Hooman Nikzad was set to act, betting into Tom Schneider. A few moments and Schneider would make it two bets to go. Nikzad called and the river was dealt.
This time when Nikzad bet, Schneider simply called. Nikzad then tabled his , with the broadway straight enough to rake in the pot. Schneider showed a and mucked the rest of his cards.
Michael Moed opened in early position, Yueqi Zhu three-bet near the button, and Brandon Guss made it four bets on the button. Only Zhu called.
The flop fell , and Zhu checked. Guss bet, and Zhu called. Both players checked after the turned, and the completed the board. Zhu check-folded, and Guss took down the pot.