Small blind: 1500
Big blind: 3000 Limits: 3000-6000
No-Limit Ante: 2400
Pot-Limit Ante 1600
Small blind: 800
Big blind: 1600
Seven Card Stud
Adam Kerbel: //
George Alexander: //
Adam Kerbel bet on every street and George Alexander called down to seventh. When Kerbel put out another bet, Alexander went into the tank.
"I'm so confused. I can't read what's going on right now," Alexander said before calling.
Kerbel showed for rolled up jacks and Alexander mucked.
Stud 8 or Better
Michael Mizrachi: //[
Cody Espeseth: //
Cody Espesth bet on fifth street and Michael Mizrachi called. Mizrachi also called bets on sixth and seventh streets.
"Queens," he announced. But Espeseth turned over for two pair, aces and fours, to win the pot.
No Limit Hold'em
It was Sachiin Barghava that had raised all-in holding and was called by Ryan Hughes who had the . The dealer ran out the flop of which was no help to either player. The turn brought the . Finally, the river was the which meant that the pocket pair of kings would hold and Barghava was eliminated from the tournament.
2-7 Triple Draw
Brett Shaffer bet on the first draw and Sachin Bhargava called. Both players drew two, then Bhargava bet after Shaffer checked.
Shaffer called and drew two again, while Bhargava stood pat. Bhargava bet and Shaffer called, showing an 8-7. Bhargava turned over a 9-low in frustration and tossed his cards toward the dealer.
Stud 8 or Better
Sean Perry: //
Schuyler Thornton: //
Sean Perry's table was the next to break, and with him due to be the big blind next hand he took his time on this hand.
Perry bet on fourth street and Schulyer Thornton called. Perry then took nearly a minute before checking, then tanked again when Thornton bet.
Perry tanked again on sixth street before calling a bet from Thornton. When Thornton bet on seventh street, a player at the table finally called the clock on Perry.
As his 30 seconds was expiring, Perry called but mucked when Thornton showed for two pair, eights and threes, with a low.
Pot Limit Omaha
It was Damm that was all-in and at risk when the action was discovered on a completed board of against Leng. It was Leng that made the higher pair, nines, versus the pair of fours of Damm's and the latter was eliminated from the tournamnent.