|David ODB Baker||320,000||136,000|
|Gordie Jones||Onnit||Välja kukkunud|
Sorel Mizzi raised to 9,000 from the button. Both blinds called, including Matt Woodward in the small blind.
The flop came . It checked to Mizzi who pushed 13,500 out onto the felt, and only Woodward called. Both remaining players then checked the turn. The river brought the . Woodward bet 30,000, and Mizzi folded.
We caught the end of a ginormous pot between Michael Ferrell and Anthony Guetti that saw Ferrell collect a mountain of chips. The board read , and Guetti had bet out 60,500. Action was on Ferrell, and he tanked for a couple minutes before moving all in. Both players had giant stacks, to this was a huge bet. Guetti let out a big sigh, then folded his cards towards the dealer.
That hand drops Guetti to 230,000, while Ferrell shoots up to 782,000.
A player opened to 9,000 in middle position, a player in the hijack seat called, and Bernard Lee defended his big blind. The flop fell , and all three players checked.
The turn was the , and the action checked to the player in the hijack seat, who tossed out 13,500. Only Lee called.
The completed the board, and Lee led for 17,500. His opponent folded, and Lee is back over 100,000 chips.
We caught up just as players were getting all in, however, Brian Meinders had raised another player all-in on a board. Meinders' opponent called off his remaining stack, which was approximately 100,000.
Meinders was well behind and the turn and river kept Meinders second best as he doubled up his opponent.
Meinders is down to 300,000.
Only nine tables remain in the Brasilia Room. Here is how a few of the players in here are doing.
The action folded to Barny Boatman, who jammed his last 90,000 from the small blind. Michael Pesek called out of the big blind, and the hands were opened.
The board ran out , and Boatman was eliminated.
|Barny Boatman||Välja kukkunud|
[Removed:244] raised to 8,500 from early position, and Ronnie Bardah called out of the hijack seat. The dealer fanned , and Lehner led for 8,500. Bardah called.
The turn was the , and Lehner led again - this time for 11,500. Bardah called.
Both players checked when the river brought the , and Lehner tabled for queens and tens. Bardah mucked, and his stack slipped to 272,000.
There was about 63,000 in the middle, the first three community cards having come , when Chris Moorman fired a bet of 30,000. David Randall responded by raising to 76,000, and Moorman made the call. Both then checked the turn and river.
At showdown, Moorman turned over for a rivered pair of tens, and Randall mucked.
AP Phahurat and an opponent were heads up on a board of . Phahurat's opponent checked, and Phahurat asked for a count. The player gave a rough estimate, then Phahurat checked behind.
The turn was the , both players checked again, and the completed the board. The player checked a third time.
"How much will you call?" Phahurat asked.
The player didn't answer, and Phahurat fired 40,000. The player called, and Phahurat showed . His opponent mucked .
"Man," Phahurat said after the hand. "I played that like a f***ing chicken."