- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||600,000 / 1,200,000|
Farhad Jamasi, on the cutoff, called a 1,600,000 million bet from Alan Ho on the turn, with the board reading . The river fell and Ho slowed down, checking to Jamasi, who fired a bet of 1,300,000.
Ho folded, and Jamasi continues to stay amongst the chip leaders as play continues with the final two tables.
It continues to be a tough day for premium pocket pairs. Following Dane Nielsen's elimination with pocket aces, Valerie Roussel-Galle just busted out with pocket kings.
Everything looked good for Roussel-Galle through the turn on the board , but the river brought disaster for Roussel-Galle as the came to give McNurlan the win.
Robert Pacleb, who made the final two table redraw by the skin of his 80,000 chips, was all in soon thereafter with . His two potential eliminators Ali Zihni and Roger Stewart held and respectively. They found this information out after checking down the streets until the board stood .
|1||Mansour Alipourfard||United States||5,300,000|
|2||Roger Stewart||United States||4,600,000|
|4||Ali Zihni||United Kingdom||7,300,000|
|5||Robert Pacleb||United States||100,000|
|6||Ali Zihni||United Kingdom||4,300,000|
|7||Samir Husaynue||United States||12,750,000|
|8||Adam Richardson||United States||12,200,000|
|1||Donald Matusow||United States||1,800,000|
|2||Alan Ho||United States||9,000,000|
|3||Mike Lisanti||United Statesl||5,500,000|
|5||Dennis Brand||United States||12,000,000|
|6||James McNurlan||United States||12,000,000|
|8||Farhad Jamasi||United States||9,800,000|
The same hand saw two more players hit the rail at the same time. Third time shoving was not the charm for Peter Mullin, who was all in for 80,000 again in early position. Button Paul Ferdiani moved all in too for 1,350,000 and action passed to James Mcnurlan. He tanked for a good minute or so, before calling.
A queen was in the door, spurring Mullin's hopes for yet another double, but the on the turn pipped both players' pairs and we are paused for a redraw, 16 remaining.
Dane Nielsen and Jean-René Fontaine arrived at a flop of in a battle of the blinds. Nielsen, on the small blind, went all in for his remaining 3,000,000 chips, and Fontaine called.
Nielsen was well ahead, and was still safe on the turn . The river was brutal for Nielsen, however, as the fell to complete the gutshot straight for Fontaine
Jean-René Fontaine, on the small blind, checked to under-the-gun Adam Richardson on a flop of , and Richardson checked back.
The turn brought the , and Fontaine put out 700,000, which Richardson called. The river came and the fireworks started, as Fontaine put out another 700,000 bet and Richardson went all-in for the rest of his eight million chips. Fontaine quickly folded.
Peter Mullin was all in again for one big blind, making up the small blind when it folded round. Big blind Robert Pacleb had no option but to take him on with . Mullin's hit two pair on the board and the incredibly-short-stacked journey of Mullin somehow continues.
"Come on, one of you get aces, and one of you kings up there," urged Mullin, looking at the secondary feature table.