Josh Arieh raised from the cutoff and Tom Schneider called from the big blind. The flop was . Schneider checked, Arieh bet and Schneider called. The turn was the . Schneider checked, Arieh bet, Schneider raised, and Arieh called all-in for the rest of his chips. The river was the . Arieh turned over 4-8 for a set of fours, but Schneider showed 4-J for the full house and Arieh was sent to the rail as our final table bubble boy.
Scotty Nguyen brought it in with the , Chris Bell raised with the and Nguyen moved his last 5000 into the pot. Nguyen's final board read while Bell's read . Bell's two pair, eights and sevens were good, and Nguyen was eliminated.
Chris Bell brought it in with the and Tim Fu raised with the . Bell re-raised putting Fu all in and he called. Bell's final board was while Fu's was . With no possible low for either player, Bell's aces up crushed Fu's kings up, and Fu was sent to the rail.
Josh Arieh raised from the cutoff and Annie Duke called from the big blind. The flop was . Duke bet, Arieh raised and Duke called. The turn was the . Duke bet out again and Arieh called. The river was the . Duke checked, Arieh bet and Duke called.
Arieh showed for the nut flush and A-4-5-6-8 for low and Duke mucked.
Tim Fu raised from UTG, Chris Bell re-raised from UTG+1, and John "The Razor" Phan called two bets from the big blind. The flop was . Phan bet out, and both players called. The turn was the . Phan bet again, Tim Fu called, and Chris Bell went into the tank for a few minutes, checking and re-checking his cards before he finally called. The river was the and all three players checked.
Phan showed the and scooped the pot with kings and nines for high and no possible low on board. He's up to around 100,000.
Matt Lefkowitz went all in for his remaining chips from the cutoff and was called by Tom Schneider. The final board read and Schneider made two pair with A-K, which bested Lefkowitz's own two pair with K-T.