- Slepe stave:
We unfortunately were unable to catch the hand, however, we are being told that Paul Sokoloff had called an all-in push from Jacob Schindler to put him at risk. Sokoloff held the and Schindler held the . Schindler failed to improve and he was eliminated.
Klein Bach pushed all in for a bit over 100,000 from the cutoff and action folded over to Kevin Elia in the small blind, who pushed all in himself. The big folded and hands were revealed.
The board was no help to Bach and he was sent to the rail in 22nd place.
We caught up just as William Daymon was getting all in against Thomas Conway for his last 86,000.
Daymon was in good shape to double, however, the board paired Conway's seven and Daymon was eliminated.
We picked this one up on the flop at which point there was about 45,000 in the middle, with showing in the center. Acting first Niel Mittelman pushed out a bet of 25,000, and after a pause Blair Hinkle called. The turn was the , and Mittelman again led with a bet, this time for 50,000.
Hinkle sat quietly for close to a minute, then announced he was raising all in for around 250,000 more. Mittelman quickly called, tabling for top set of aces. Hinkle had for two pair, meaning the river was no matter.
Blair Hinkle opened to 20,000 from the hijack position and was re-raised by Thomas Conway from the cutoff. It was folded around to Mazin Khoury in the small blind and he went all in for his last 165,000. Action folded back around to Conway, who snap-called to put Khoury at risk.
The board ran out , giving Conway a winning straight on the river and sending Khoury to the rail.
Conway is our current chip leader with 1,060,000.
Jacob Schindler opened to 20,000 from under-the-gun and action folded around to Adam Latimer on the button, who went all in for his last 180,000. Directly behind him, Nelson Robinson announced he was all in and everyone else got out of the way.
The board ran out , leaving Robinson with nines-full of deuces and eliminating Latimer.
Robinson is up to 750,000.
Shortly after the redraw to three tables, James Farrington was all in with against Rocco Palumbo's . The board ran out , and Farrington is our 27th-place finisher. Like the next eight to be eliminated, Farrington leaves with a $13,297 payday.
We caught up just as Adam Heger was getting his last 140,000 into the middle against Jason Everett.
The board kept Heger second best and he was sent to the rail.
Everett is up to 365,000 following the knockout.