The final two players have elected to skip the break and continue playing.
|Блайндове||150,000 / 300,000|
Играчи - Ден 3
Mark Ioli raised to 400,000 and Eli Berg called.
The flop was and Berg checked. Ioli bet 200,000 and Berg called.
The turn was and both players checked. The river was .
Berg checked the river and Ioli bet 800,000. Berg tossed in a single chip for a call and mucked when Ioli turned over to win the pot with three sixes.
Heads-up play has consisted mostly of small pots so far.
In one hand, Eli Berg raised to 450,000 in the small blind and Mark Ioli defended the big blind. On the flop, Ioli check-shoved after Berg bet 300,000, but Berg folded.
In another hand, Berg raised to 450,000 in the small blind and Ioli defended. Ioli check-called for 200,000 on the flop, but check-folded to an 800,000 bet on the turn.
Shannon Shorr open-jammed his last 400,000 on the button and Eli Berg was the lone caller from the big blind.
The board ran out and Berg picked up a flush to eliminate Shorr from the tournament in third place for $278,749.
Eli Berg shoved for 3,275,000 and Shannon Shorr called.
The board ran out and the three kings left Shorr with just over two big blinds.
Mark Ioli limped the small blind and Eli Berg checked the big blind.
The flop came and Ioli checked-raised a bet of 300,000 up to 900,000. Berg then jammed, and after Ioli confirmed with the dealer that Berg had gone all-in, he quickly called off his 9,625,000 chips.
Both players had flopped a set and Berg looked to be on the wrong side of the massive cooler. The turn changed nothing, and the completed the board to send the pot to Ioli, who now holds a huge lead with the majority of chips in play.
Eli Berg called from the small blind and Shannon Shorr raised to 600,000 from the big blind. Berg called and the flop was .
Berg checked the flop and then called a Shorr bet of 325,000 to see on the turn.
Berg checked again and went into the tank when Shorr bet 1,375,000. After a few moments, Berg emerged with a call and the river was .
Both players checked the river and Berg turned over . Shorr mucked the losing hand and Berg took the pot.
The three remaining players have been playing mostly small pots, although Mark Ioli has gained the most chips recently.