- Slepe stave:
|Slepe stave||400,000 / 800,000|
|Število preostalih igralcev||1|
Aleksandr Shevliakov opened to 400,000 on the button and DJ Buckley three-bet jammed a stack of 1,400,000 from the big blind. Shevliakov asked for a count and then called.
The flop of gave Shevliakov a pair of aces but gave Buckley the lead with a set. The board ran out and Buckley won the pot to double up.
Cherish Andrews opened to 400,000 on the button and Kenny Hallaert jammed in his stack of about 2,000,000 in the big blind. Andrews called.
Hallaert was in rough shape, and was in even rougher shape on the flop. He was drawing dead on the turn and the meaningless completed the board as he wished his table good luck and made his exit.
The hand details are unknown, but Benjamin Underwood appears to have busted Giorgiy Skhulukhiya in 14th place.
The remaining 14 players are on another 15-minute break.
In a hand that extended into break, Shant Marashlian was in a heads-up pot against Marc Lange on a board of .
Lange moved all-in with Marashlian covered and Marashlian tanked into the break before calling off.
Lange showed for a pair of aces and eliminated Marashlian, who showed .
Chris Moorman opened in middle position and Wooram Cho three-bet jammed from the small blind. Moorman called.
Cho was dominated and ultimately eliminated when the board ran out .
Kenny Hallaert opened in the hijack and Jonathan Borenstein jammed in the big blind for 1.54 million. Hallaert asked for a count and called.
The players were flipping and the dealer burned and turned. Borenstein started to get up as his future looked bleak as the dealer spread the flop. The came on the turn to give him some more outs, and the hit the river to keep him alive.
"Ooh, that's a river," Borenstein said as he chipped up.