Darren Elias raised to 950 from the hijack and only Samuel Chartier in the cutoff made the call. When the flop fell , Elias checked and Chartier bet 1,100. After a call, Elias again checked the turn. Chartier didn't slow down and bet 2,800, which was enough to push Elias out of the hand.
Amichai Tzvi Barer bet out with the board reading . Scott Baumstein raised to 1,900, Barer re-raised to 2,975, Baumstein four-bet to 4,000, Barer moved all in for over 8,000 and Baumstein called.
Barer was already well ahead in the hand, but the on the turn gave him a stranglehold on it. True, a non-club three or any eight would chop it, but only two of the fours left in the deck would give Baumstein the entire thing.
The on the river did not help Baumstein at all, and Barer doubled up to over 20,000 chips.
With 15,000 in the pot and a board reading , Dario Minieri checked from the small blind and Marko Neumann quickly moved all in from the button. Minieri only had 13,500 behind, so a call would be for his tournament life. Instead, he opted to lay it down and hold on to his remaining chips.
When action folded to Villie Wahlbeck in the cutoff, he raised to 2,000 and was met with a reraise to 5,750 from Jesse Martin in the small blind. Once the big blind got out of the way, Wahlbeck announced signaled he was all in by tossing in his bounty chip. Martin made the call and the hands were turned up.
Wahlbeck was the one at risk but in good shape to double up. The board ran out and Wahlbeck doubled to around 43,000; meanwhile, Martin took a huge hit down to 9,000.
Marko Neumann checked to Dario Minieri with the board reading . Minieri fired 2,050 and Neumann called. The turn brought the and again Neumann check-called a bet from Minieri - this one was worth 4,000.
The river was the and Neumann checked a third time. Minieri announced all in and Neumann quickly called. Minieri held for trip fives, but they were no good against Neumann's for a full house.
A few hands later the two were heads up on a flop of . Neumann played it slow again, check-calling 3,925 on the flop, and both players checked the on the turn and the on the river. We didn't see Minieri's hand, but Neumann opened and was awarded the pot.
Minieri has dropped below 20,000 chips while Neumann is well above 50,000.
Jude Ainsworth raised to 625 under the gun only to have Daniel Colman make it 2,000 to go from the cutoff. The blinds both folded and Ainsworth decided to reraise, though we didn't catch the amount. We do know that Colman made the call and the duo saw the flop fall .
Ainsworth was first to act and bet 5,000, which Colman called. When the dealer burned and turned the , Ainsworth moved all in and Colman wasted little time in calling off his stack.
Ainsworth's top two pair was in the lead and all he needed to do was dodge an ace on the river. He did just that as the appeared, resulting in Colman's elimination from the PokerStars Carribean Adventure Bounty Shootout.
George Lind III had just 11,000 left when he found himself all in preflop with against the of Samuel Chartier. The cameras gathered round to watch Lind hit top pair on the flop; nonetheless, he would still need help to survive. The turn did not deliver and neither did the river. Chartier's queens held to make Lind the first elimination from Table 6.
Unfortunately we missed the hand, but Dario Minieri recorded the first knockout of the day by eliminating David Baker. Minieri now has six bounties, and as you know the player with the most knockouts in this event wins $25,000.