|Blinds||20,000 / 40,000|
Craig Disalvo and Madison Austria went all in preflop on one of the first hands of the final table; Disalvo's better kicker was the difference and left Austria hanging by a thread.
|1||Rian Mullins||United States||380,000|
|2||Jed Hoffman||United States||162,000|
|3||Ryan Awwad||United States||900,000|
|4||Loren Klein||United States||950,000|
|5||Marshall Barnes||United States||215,000|
|6||Madison Austria||United States||338,000|
|7||Valerie Hanley||United States||1,050,000|
|8||Craig Disalvo||United States||148,000|
|9||John Nethery||United States||820,000|
The final nine players will take a 20-minute break; play will now move to the Atlantis Casino main poker room.
Jarod Minghini went all in preflop, and John Nethery made the call, having Minghini well covered.
The king on the river gave Nethery the win, and Minghini's tournament run has come to an end.
Rian Mullins went all in from the small blind for 208,000, and Jarod Minghini called from the big blind, having Mullins slightly covered.
Mullins was behind preflop, but an open-ended straight flush and royal flush draw came in on the flop. The straight came in on the river for Mullins, and Minghini is hanging by a thread.
With a considerable amount of chips already in the middle, Loren Klein bet 285,000 on the river, from the small blind, with the board showing .
Valerie Hanley thought it over for ahile before folding, showing as she mucked. Klein showed the as he took in the pot.
Tom Cage bet 80,000 from the small blind with the board reading , and Ryan Awwad made the call from the hijack.
Cage bet another 150,000 on the river, and Awwad made the call. Awwad took down the hand with for a turned straight, besting Cage's .
On the following hand, Cage went all in preflop for his last six big blinds, with Marshall Barnes and Awwad both calling. Barnes folded on the flop when Awwad went all in, and Awwad eventually took down the pot with against Cage's .
Cage goes out in 11th place for $3,491.
Rian Mullins went all in preflop with about 13 big blinds, and Madison Austria called with a similar stack.
Mullins stood up as soon as the cards were turned over. The runout, however, fell , making it a chop as both players played the flush on the board.
A few minutes later, on the table opposite of Mullins and Austria, Mary Swafford was eliminated in 12th place.