|Blinds||20,000 / 40,000|
Players are now on a 15-minute break.
Jed Hoffman went all in under the gun with about ten big blinds, and Loren Klein called on Hoffman's immediate left.
Klein hit top set on the flop, leaving Hoffman drawing extremely thin. The runout held for Klein and ended Hoffman's tournament run.
Rian Mullins bet into two players, from under the gun, on a flop.
Marshall Barnes reraised all in from the cutoff, Craig Disalvo folded in the small blind, and Mullins called.
Mullins pocket kings had Barnes far behind, and the turn and river sealed the eighth place finish for Barnes.
Marshall Barnes limped in early position, John Nethery raised to 75,000 in the hijack, and Barnes called.
Both players checked the flop. Barnes bet 90,000 on the turn, and Nethery reraised all in. A call would have put Barnes, with 192,000 behind, at risk.
Barnes elected to fold, and Nethery chipped up.
With on the board, Marshall Barnes bet 81,000 from the big blind.
Valerie Hanley reraised to 200,000, and Barnes thought it over for a bit before making the fold, showing as he mucked.
Jed Hoffman went all in under the gun for 137,000. John Nethery, not realizing Hoffman had shoved in front of him, attempted to open raise to 45,000 from the small blind.
The floor ruled that the 45,000 would stay in the pot, but Nethery would have the option to fold and not call the remainder of the 137,000 bet. Nethery did fold, and Hoffman took down a few extra chips.
Madison Austria went all in preflop for 143,000 from early position, and Craig Disalvo called from the hijack with an almost identical stack.
Disalvo was ahead when the cards were tabled, and his ace-high held up, sending Austria to the rail as the first casualty at the final table.