Justin Bonomo opened to 12,000 on the button, Erik Seidel three-bet jammed for 56,500 from the small blind, and Bonomo called.
Bonomo fanned , and Seidel showed . Seidel drew a , making the best hand, and doubling to 127,000.
Action folded around to the cutoff and Daniel Negreanu made it 12,000 to go. Jason Mercier called from the small blind and both players took one at the draw. They both proceeded to check after the draw and Negreanu showed and Mercier mucked his hand.
Kid Poker is now sitting on a stack of about 250,000.
Nick Schulman opened to 13,000 and Todd Barlow moved all in from the small blind for 23,000 total. Schulman called and Barlow stood pat. Schulman took one and Barlow turned over the .
Schulman tabled for the nut draw and that's exactly what he hit. Without any sweat Schulman tabled the and completed his nut low, sending Barlow home and the field one spot closer to the money.
|Todd Barlow||Välja kukkunud|
Mike Wattel and Michael Binger got all of Binger's stack in before the draw. Binger drew one card while Wattel stood pat.
"I have a very good ten," said Wattel, tabling .
Binger showed but pulled the and was sent to the rail.
|Michael Binger||Välja kukkunud|
There were a few insanely fast eliminations as we were getting set, but this is what the eighteen-player field looks like now.
Rep Porter and Jean-Robert Bellande have both recently become victims to Nick Schulman's domination in this event.
Bellande was busted right before the tables moved to the Blue section of the Amazon room. Bellande instantly took to Twitter about this loss.
Rep Porter would then bust to Schulman after the tables moved when he opened to 17,000. Nick Schulman moved him all in and stood pat with a . Porter was drawing with a and did not get there.
Joining them on the rail is Vincent van der Fluit, who also busted during our transition to the Blue Section.
Schulman is now sitting on about 695,000 in chips.
Jim Bechtel moved all in for 32,500 from under the gun. The action folded to Vincent van der Fluit, who called on the button, and the blinds released.
Both players drew one, and opened their hands.
Van der Fluit:
Van der Fluit paired his deuce, and Bechtel was dealt a , doubling to 72,000 chips.
While this was happening, David Grey was eliminated over on Table 359. All of the twenty-one remaining players are currently headed to the Blue Section of the Amazon Room, and we will have a redraw for you shortly.
|Vincent van der Fluit||74,000||-66,000|
|David Grey||Välja kukkunud|