|Blinds||100,000 / 100,000|
Play has slowed downed in the past level with several preflop raise and take its changing hands.
Ken Aldridge raised to 325,000 from under the gun. it folded to Randall Rothwell on the button who three-bet jammed.
Action was back on Aldridge who asked for a count, which confirmed Rithwell's stack as 2,930,000.
Aldridge apologized to the table for the length of time he was taking to make the decision before saying "I'm gonna disappoint you and fold" flashing the briefly before folding.
Spencer Champlin moved all in preflop with his short stack and was called and in trouble as Champlin had the against the of Fikret Kovac.
The board came with four diamonds but did not help Champlin as it ran out and he was eliminated in 10th place.
In a preflop raised pot, Kyle Cartwright and Michael Kassem went to the flop that came . Both players checked.
The turn came the . Cartwright bet 125,000 which Kassem called.
The river came the . Cartwright bet 240,000 and Kassem waited for about 10 seconds before calling.
Cartwright confidently flipped over the but saw the bad news as Kassem revealed the for the best hand as Cartwright goes lower in the counts.
Ken Aldridge opened to 175,000 from early position and action folded to Marshall White in the big blind. He asked for a confirmation of the raise and decided to defend.
The flop came and White checked. Aldridge quickly bet 125,000 and White called. The turn was the and both players checked to see the complete the board on the river. White fired out a bet of 350,000 and Aldridge thought for a moment before releasing his hand and flashing the .
Matt Ernst jammed from the small blind and was snap-called by Michael Kassem who was in the big blind.
The board ran out and Ernst was eliminated on the cusp of the final table.
Marshall White raised to 160,000 from under the gun and Kyle Cartwright called from the cutoff. Erik Gorman jammed, White folded and Cartwright asked how much before calling.
Gorman had the goods as he showed the which was well ahead of the of Cartwright.
The board ran out and Gorman gathered the nice pot.