Kris Nestorovic bet 4,200 on the board, and Matt Rolfe made the call to see the land on the river. Nestorovic moved all in, and Rolfe tank-folded to leave himself with 26,000 in chips.
On the [4d} flop, Yu Kurita was all in for 35,800 with the against the for Michael Tran. The turn was the , and the river was the . Both kept Kurita in front with her pocket tens, and she doubled up to just under 100,000 in chips.
On the flop, Ashley Mason and Michael Tran got all the money in. Tran had a flush draw with the , and Mason had top pair with the . The turn was the to pair the board, but then the on the river ended Mason's tournament as Tran had made a flush.
And then there were 13...
Tien Pham was all in for his last 3,800 with the against the red jacks for David Lim. The board ran out , and Pham was eliminated.
World Series of Poker November Niner Bruno Politano bet 4,200 on the flop, and Tien Pham made the call to see the land on the turn. Politano bet 8,100, and Pham called once more.
The river was the , and Politano moved all in for 25,500. After a bit of tanking, Pham made the call, but couldn't beat the that Politano turned up for a flopped queen-high straight. Pham sent over the chips and was left with 4,200.
On the next hand, action folded to Brendon Rubie in the small blind, and he raised to 3,300. Politano was in the big blind and reraised to 8,500. Rubie folded.
Steven Zhou opened the action with a raise to 4,000 from the cutoff seat, and both blinds made the call — Alexander Antonios in the small blind, and Ami Barer in the big blind. Then on the flop, action checked to Zhou, and he bet 5,000. After Antonios folded, Barer check-raised to 15,700 and won the pot.
Bruno Politano bet 4,200 on the flop, and Tien Pham made the call to see the land on the turn. Both players checked, and the river was the . Politano bet 8,200, and Pham folded.