Hoai Pham may never have heard of DJ Unk, but I'm sure he's more than happy to "Walk it Out" in the big blind.
Kent Washington opened to 42,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Action folded to Matt Hollinger in the small blind and he completed. Yuta Motoyama checked, and we saw our first flop: .
Hollinger led for 20,000 and that was that. Motoyama released and Hollinger took down the pot.
Chris Reider raised to 30,000 on the button and the small blind folded. Matt Hollinger slipped deep into the tank, but after a few minutes of deliberation mucked his cards
Jeffrey Bennett again opened to 45,000, but this time there was no action behind him and he won the blinds and antes.
Jeffrey Bennett opened to 45,000 from middle position and action folded to Chris Reider in the big blind who moved all-in. Bennett snapped it off with but was very upset to see Reider's hand: .
There was a bit of suspense until the dealer fanned a rainbow flop, signaling a chopped pot.
Kent Washington again moved all-in, this time it was after limps from Yuta Motoyama and Jonathan Kotula. The two opted not to call though, and Washington picked up the 45,000 chip pot.
Kent Washington acted swiftly from under the gun, pushing his entire 93,000 chip stack in the middle. Everybody folded though and we're still flop-less.
Action folded to Yuta Motoyama in the highjack who opened to 35,000. The players behind him folded, winning him the blinds and antes.
Arthur Vea opened to 45,000 from middle position and received no callers.
Play has tightened considerably with all ten players eying an official World Series of Poker Final Table.