|Average Chip Stack||30,000|
|Blinds||25,000 / 50,000|
Christian Harder opened, Jake Bazeley shoved and Harder called. The hands were tabled and they went to showdown.
The board ran , Harder made a straight and Bazeley was eliminated.
Taylor Wilson opened to 22,000 and called the shove of Jason Deutsch, who had only 85,000 in the small blind.
The race went to Wilson as the sixes held unimproved on the board.
Christian Harder opened on the button, and David Olshan jammed in the small blind for 167,000. Jake Bazeley shoved for more in the big, and Harder folded.
Bazeley's dominating hand turned to napkins on the flop, and the and turn and river didn't help him retake the lead.
Dominic Picinic opened from under the gun, Jack Duong called and Taylor Wilson called from the small blind. The flop came , action checked to Duong and he bet 33,000. Wilson called and Picinic moved all in.
Duong mucked his cards and Wilson took a good long look at his cards before mucking his hand.
Jack Duong opened for a raise and called the all in of Amir Babhkani.
Both players hit sets but it was Duong's three jacks trumping three tens on the board.
Rob Elias shoved all in for 74,000 from an early position, and Jack Duong called on his immediate left.
The aces held, though Elias did have a scare on the turn when the board gave Duong a flush draw.
With no action in front of him and a short stack on his left, Aaron Massey moved all in from the small blind and Niklai Sears tanked from the big. He checked the tournament clock and noticed the pay jump, as this was happening the field went on break around them.
Sears turned his head to the side, called off and they went to showdown.
The board ran , Massey paired his eight and sent Sears to the rail.