Darren Rabinowitz opened on the button to 45,000. Luiz Duarte, in the small blind, moved all in for 500,000. Rabinowitz made the call.
The board came and Duarte was sent to the rail in 10th place, cashing for $36,164.
Enio Bozzano opened under the gun for 48,000 and he picked up Gary Hasson (small blind) and Ana Marquez (big blind) to see a flop.
All three checked on and the was seen for free. Hasson bet out 57,000 and both Marquez and initial raiser Bozzano called.
The completed the board and Hasson checked. Marquez bet out 235,000 and Bozzano called. Hasson folded.
Marquez, with a guilty smile on her face, showed . Hasson took it down with the .
Aaron Mermelstein opened to 35,000 on the cutoff. Anatoly Filatov, in the small blind, three-bet shoved for 260,000. Darren Rabinowitz, in the big blind, four-bet to 500,000. Mermelstein folded.
The board ran and Filatov was eliminated in 11th place for $27,284.
Florian Duta opened the cutoff for 65,000 and his neighbor James Mackey three-bet to 135,000 from the button. The blinds released and the action was back on Duta. He moved all in, though we missed for how much it was total as Mackey called rather quickly and there was no counting of the stacks.
The flop came and that was just about it. While Duta made runner-runner two pair with the on the turn and on the river, it wasn't enough to beat Mackey's flopped top set.
"Interesting turn and river," Dura said with a wry smile before he exited the tournament area.
|Seat||Table 424||Table 432|
|1||Ben Palmer||Anatoly Filatov|
|2||Gal Yifrach||Darren Rabinowitz|
|3||Gary Hasson||Florian Duta|
|4||Luiz Duarte||James Mackey|
|5||Ana Marquez||Aaron Mermelstein|
|6||Enio Bozzano||Yorane Kerignard|
Tony Dunst opened to 60,000 in the small blind. Gal Yifrach, in the big blind, three-bet shoved for around 500,000. Dunst snap-called, putting at risk his last chips.
The board came and Yifrach won the pot, sending Dunst to the rail in 13th place.
Not long after Hartree's departure, former tablemate Robert McLaughlin joined him on the rail. The culprit was, once again, Gary Hasson with ace-queen.
McLaughlin shoved from the cutoff and small blind Hasson moved in over the top. Big blind Filatov folded.
The board came and McLaughlin hit the rail in 14th place.