|Блайндове||25,000 / 50,000|
The remaining 10 players will be redrawn to one table, with the redraw coinciding with a 15-minute break. One more player out before the official final table is set. Seating and counts to follow.
Danny Wong raised to 35,000 in middle position. Raymond Walton three-bet to 130,000 on the button, leaving himself with a mere 24,000 behind. TJ Cloutier cold-called from the big blind and Wong called as well.
Cloutier and Wong checked the flop to Walton, who committed the remaining 24,000. Both active players called and checked it down on the turn and river.
"Ace-king", Cloutier said while showing . Wong flung his hand in the muck. Walton briefly flashed before sending his hand into the muck as well, and departed in 11th place.
Sergej Barbarez opened and called a three-bet shove from a short-stacked Mark Wahba.
The board ran out and finding no help, Wahba departed in 12th place picking up $12,611.
Loren Klein opened and Robert Park three-bet jammed for not much more. Klein called, putting Park at risk.
The board ran out , giving Klein queens up to take the hand and send Park to the payout booth in 13th place. Park banks $9,962 for the cash.
Jeff Williams opened the hijack for 35,000, Danny Wong three-bet to 121,000 from the big blind, and Williams called. The flop came and Wong shoved for 102,000. Williams called instantly.
The on the turn and on the river made for a double-up for Wong.
All the money went in on a board with Fabian Schoneck's tournament life on the line against Loren Klein.
Klein tabled for a straight and Schoneck's wasn't good enough, busting him in 14th place for $9,962.
Jeff Williams limped the button and small blind TJ Cloutier completed. Big blind Oskar Silow checked. Both blinds checked after the flop and Williams bet 26,000. Cloutier called, Silow folded.
Both remaining players checked the on the turn, then Cloutier bet 75,000 on the river. Williams called, but mucked upon being shown .
Lance Howard had flopped three pair on a flop — though only could play two — and got his stack in the middle against Chun Law.
Law had an open-ended straight draw along with other outs holding . Howard had .
The board ran out the then the , giving Law a Broadway straight. Howard hit the rail in 15th place, taking home $9,962.
Jeff Lisandro moved all in preflop and was put at risk by Sergej Barbarez.
The dealer fanned out a board and Barbarez nailed the river to eliminate Lisandro who finishes in 16th, earning $7,995.