The following players were eliminated at their respective tables.
According to Colin York, he opened for a raise to 4,000 and got three-bet to 12,000 by Jesse Wilke. York called, and the flop brought . Wilke bet 15,000, and York raised to 35,000 with . Wilke pushed all in, and York called. Wilke held for a double gutshot, but he didn't get there, and York advances to Day 3.
At separate tables, Tom Slifka and Michael Ogrady both doubled up when their pairs held up all in against overcards.
According to Jon Lane, he flopped another set against Brad Libson, who had top pair. The two got it all in, and Lane busted his opponent to advance to Day 3.
We found Josh Arieh shoving for about 70,000 over a raise from Jan Christoph Von Halle in the small blind. Von Halle called, and the two were racing.
Arieh's sixes stayed best on the board.
With the elimination of Shannon Shorr in a hand we didn't see, Douglas Foster and Ismail Abousharkh are heads up for the right to advance to Day 3.
Steve Stencil fired out 9,000 from the small blind on the flop. Jon Lane made the call out of the big blind. A turned, and Stencil bet 13,000. Again, Lane called. The river put a four-flush on board, and Stencil rechecked his holding.
"All in," he announced, getting snap-called.
"S***," Stencil said. "Two of hearts."
He tabled , knowing there was zero chance he was good, and Lane turned over for a turned boat. Lane collected his opponent's last 50,000 or so.
As recapped to us by Alex Bolotin...
Bolotin opened on the button, Jordan Young three-bet from the big blind, and Bolotin shoved. Young called all in with , racing with Bolotin's .
The flop fell to give Young the lead, but Bolotin caught a on the turn to clinch the hand and win the table.
Tryba's fell to Ismail Abousharkh's as the final board read .