After three hands with no flop on the secondary feature table, the next saw Steven Gee take some chips off of Robert Corcione.
First, Yuval Bronshtein raised from middle position, claiming the blinds and antes. Then Robert Salaburu got a walk in the big blind. In the third hand, Danny Wong opened to 245,000 from the cutoff, then saw Robert Salaburu reraise to 560,000 from the small blind. It folded back to Wong who after a half-minute laid his hand down.
Then it was Robert Corcione opening for 250,000 from early position. Steven Gee called from a couple of seats over, and Jeremy Ausmus also called from the small blind.
The dealer spread the flop — — and it checked to Gee who bet 480,000. Ausmus folded, but Corcione quickly pushed out a stack of chips to call.
The turn brought the . This time Gee bet 1,080,000, and Corcione tossed his hand away.