|Blinds||30,000 / 60,000|
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Shortly after returning from the dinner break, Blair Hinkle says he had pocket queens and made it 50,000 to go. Tai Phan reraised 125,000 and Hinkle shoved for 360,000. Phan called with aces.
Hinkle couldn't catch up and hit the rail in 11th place. Hinkle will take home $3,427 for his effort.
Phan will join the rest of the field at the final table where they all are now invited to the special end-of-season Showbound satellite where they can play for a shot at being on Poker After Dark.
There are 11 players left and they are heading to a 45-minute dinner break.
David Young will take home $2,812 for his 13th place finish and Duster Ellis will take home $3,427 for his twelfth-place finish.
Travis Gant shoved all in for 260,000 on the button and Shane Fuller called from the big blind.
Fuller had against the of Gant.
The board ran out and Gant doubled up.
David Young said he got all in against Thadd Wolf for basically all his chips and is now left with a little more than 100,000.
Eric Atchison has also broken the 1-million chip mark and is in second behind Wolf. Wolf was the Day 1c chip leader.
Eric Habrich busted out shortly before Alan Pospisil followed him to the rail.
Scott Lodes opened from middle position to 65,000 and Pospisil went all in from the big blind for 108,000. Lodes called with and was ahead against the of Pospisil.
The board ran out and Lodes won the hand, eliminating Pospisil.
Habrich and Pospisil both take home $2,812 for their finishes.