John Woo was on the button and limped. Harold Angle then raised to 190,000 from the small blind. The big blind folded and Woo made the call.
The flop came down and Angle bet 250,000. Woo raised to 750,000 and Angle immediately reraised to 1.425 million. Woo, who was left with 3.715 million, mucked and gave a big chunk of change to Angle, who is the new chipleader with 4.205 million.
Both John Woo and Harold Angle limped and Mike Minetti moved all from the big blind for 440,000 more with the . Angle folded and Woo made the call and showed .
Minetti was in great shape until the flop came . Suddenly he needed to catch a nine, queen or running hearts to stay alive. His odds improved a little when the came on the turn. That was one of the hearts he needed, and the on the river was the other.
Minetti doubled to 1.075 million while Woo dropped to 4.6 million.
John Woo raised to 185,000 from the small blind and Eric Stemp made the call from the big. The flop came down . Woo moved all in and Stemp instantly called and showed .
Stemp's supporter's seemed to like his chances, that is until they saw the of Woo. Stemp's supporters started calling for a seven, to complete the straight, and began to cheer when the hit the turn. It took a moment for them to realize that the card gave both players a flush.
Stemp did pick up a straight flush draw. He was looking for the seven or three of clubs to stay alive. It was not meant to be as the came on the river. Woo increased his stack to around 4.8 million while Stemp was eliminated from the tournament in fourth place ($154,624).
Mike Minetti raised to 170,000 from the cutoff and Harold Angle called from the big blind. The flop came down and Angle bet 175,000. Minetti made the call as the hit the turn.
Angle bet 300,000 and again Minetti called. When the was put out on the river, Angle bet 500,000 and Minetti made the call. When Angle showed , Minetti mucked. He is down to around 900,000 while Angle is over 3 million.
Everyone limped to Stemp in the big blind who moved all in for 555,000 more. Action folded to John Woo who, as usual, went into the tank. Instead of folding after tanking, as he had done the past few times Stemp moved all in, Woo made the call and showed .
Stemp was ahead with the as the flop came . Woo picked up a straight draw to go with his overs. The on the turn gave Woo even more outs, but when the came on the turn, Stemp doubled to 1.32 million. With that loss, Woo is still the chip leader with 3.875 million.