On the flop of , Shaun Deeb fired 12,000. Michael Binger thought for a tiny bit and then mucked to get out of the way before Andrew Chen was up to act. He made the call and brought the two players to the turn where the fell.
Deeb fired 22,000 on the turn and stayed on the gas. Chen stuck around, making the call to see the fall on the river. Deeb checked and Chen checked behind.
Andrew Chen raised to 9,000 on the button only to have Michael Binger reraise to 25,000 from the big blind. Chen proceeded to four-bet to 47,000, Binger moved all in, and Chen insta-mucked. Binger increased his chip lead to 239,000.
Shaun Deeb raised to 8,000 under the gun only to have Michael Binger make it 20,500 from the button. Deeb made the call and the two watched the flop come .
Both players checked and the dealer burned and turned the . At this point Deeb bet out 26,200 and Binger called behind. The peeled off on the river and both players checked. Binger flipped and it was good enough as Deeb mucked. With that, Binger is the chip leader with 189,000.
With 22,000 chips in the middle and the final board reading , Michael Binger and Marko Neumann checked to Shaun Deeb. He fired 25,500, an over-bet to the pot. Binger tanked for several minutes and then made the fold. Neumann folded right behind him. Deeb won the pot and now has over 200,000 chips, more than one-third of the chips in play.
Shaun Deeb raised to 6,500 under the gun and received calls from Michael Binger in middle position and Andrew Chen in the big blind. All three players proceeded to check the flop and the dealer turned the .
Chen led out for 11,000, Deeb folded, and action was back on Binger. He followed Deeb's example and let Chen take down the 34,500 pot.
Action folded to Shaun Deeb in the cutoff and he raised to 6,500. Scott Baumstein called from the big blind and the two watched the flop fall . Baumstein checked, Deeb bet 9,200, and Baumstein folded. A small pot to Deeb.