Ian O'Hara was in a four-way pot on a board reading . O'Hara moved all-in for 73,000 and only AP Garza called.
O'Hara had a set of queens while Garza had the nut flush draw. O'Hara didn't have to sweat it long as the turn brought the to give him a full house.
The on the river gave Garza his flush, but it wasn't enough to win the pot.
Shaun Deeb and Ayaz Mahmood saw the turn on a board of . Deeb bet 16,000 before Mahmood raised to 55,000.
Deeb went into the tank for about 30 seconds before re-checking his cards and tossing them into the muck. He dropped below 100,000 after taking that hit.
- Slepe stave:
Veselin Karakitukov was in a heads-up pot on a board of . Karakitukov checked on the turn and his opponent bet 35,000.
Karakitukov announced "pot" and raised to 168,000. The opponent responded by raising all-in with Karakitukov covered and Karakitukov called off for around 350,000 total.
Karakitukov had a pair and a flush draw while his opponent had a wheel. The river brought the to give Karakitukov his flush and the dealer shipped the massive pot his direction.
Three players, including Kyle Bowker on the button, saw a flop of . Action checked to Bowker who put out a bet of 26,000. Only the small blind called to see the on the turn.
Bowker this time bet 125,000 and his opponent called all in with for a straight. Bowker had the same straight with with outs to a full house.
The fell on the river, filling up Bowker and sending his opponent to the rail as one of the first casualties of the tournament.
Tan Nguyen and Nathan Zimnik went to the turn on a board of . Nguyen bet 25,000 and Zimnik called.
The river came the and Nguyen went all in for his last 60,000. Zimink gave it some thought before tossing his cards back to the dealer.
Robert Mizrachi was in late position and called a three-bet from the player in the small blind. Josh Arieh also called from the button.
The small blind led out with a bet of 27,000 on the flop of . Mizrachi quickly raised to 100,000 and Arieh folded just as quickly. The small blind thought for about 20 seconds and folded.
Brian Rast just took his seat at the table and raised to 6,000 from early position. He got four callers, including Felipe Ramos in middle position, Ka Kwan Lau in the small blind, and Josh Arieh in the big blind.
"Take it, Brian," Arieh joked as he became the fifth player to put chips in the pot.
"Raise and take it. It's that kind of table," Rast replied.
All five players checked the flop before Lau led out for 13,000 on the turn. Only Ramos called to see the river.
Lau bet another 40,000 and this time Ramos threw his hand away.