Frank Gary raises to 45,000 from the button. Nick Binger puts some thought into his reraise and then makes it 135,000 to go. Jonathan Tamayo folds and then Gary moves all in. Binger seems pained by this move and then decides he has to make the call, and does.
Binger is disgusted when Gary turns over and he holds .
The flop comes , with a turn and river of the and to follow.
Binger is now the short stack with 532,000 and this hand moves Gary up to 610,000.
Frank Gary folds his button, and Nick Binger limps from the small blind. Jonathan Tamayo raises it up, making it 51,000 to go. Binger calls.
The dealer spreads the flop: . Binger checks, and Tamayo bets 60,000. Binger calls.
The fourth card is the . Both players check.
Fifth street comes the . Binger checks for the third time, and Tamayo bets 85,000. Binger says, "I gotta call," and he puts the chips in. Before he even has them counted out, Tamayo tables the nuts: . His high flush earns him another big pot at the expense of Nick Binger.
For the first time in recent memory, Frank Gary has gotten involved with Nick Binger deep into a pot and come out on top. Binger kicks things off with a raise on the button. Tamayo folds, and Gary puts in the call.
The flop comes . Gary checks, Binger bets, and Gary calls.
The next card off is the . Gary again checks, Binger keeps the lead with a bet, and Gary puts in a check-raise. Binger quickly calls.
Fifth street comes the . Gary bets out, and Binger goes into the tank, shaking his head. After a few minutes, he slides his cards out from under his cap chip, and slides them into the muck.
Gary drags in a nice pot, and has chipped up to 446,000. Binger, meanwhile, has relinquished the chip led for the first time since the first level of today's action. He now sits with 793,000 and is trailing Jonathan Tamayo.