Action is tremendously slow right now. The stacks are fairly deep so know one seems to feel pressure to mix it up.
|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Harold Angle raised to 140,000 from the cutoff and was called by John Woo in the big blind. Woo checked in the dark before the flop came .
Angle bet 200,000 and Woo called after thinking it over for about a minute. When the appeared on the turn, Angle tried to bet 500,000, not knowing Woo was first to act. Woo promptly checked and Angle bet the 500,000.
The bet sent Woo into the tank before he ultimately decided to fold. Woo is down to 2.71 million while Angle is up to 2.22 million.
John Woo made it 125,000 to go from the hijack and Eric Stemp called on the button. Woo checked in the dark and saw the flop fall .
Stemp checked and the turn was the . Woo bet 100,000 and Stemp called, landing the on the river. Both checked and Woo tabled , besting Stemp's to win the pot.
Woo: Up to 3,050,000
Stemp: Down to 840,000
Jack Ward was in the small blind and made the call. John Woo checked his option and the flop came down .
Ward checked and Woo bet 40,000. Ward popped it to 125,000 and Woo made the call. The turn was the and Ward shoved for 620,000. After a bit of time in the tank, Woo made the call and turned over . Ward hated to see that, tabling .
The river was the , ending Ward's tournament in seventh place.
John Woo is now in the chip lead with about 2,800,000.
Players are on a short break as the tournament staff color up the yellow 1,000 chips.
Mike Minetti raised to 85,000 in early position and was called by both Eric Stemp and Harold Angle in the blinds. The flop came down and Stemp led out with an all in bet.
Both Angle and Minetti folded and Stemp increased his stack to 770,000.
Carlos Pianelli limped from early position and action folded to Harold Angle in the small blind. He made the call and Preston Derden checked his option in the big blind. The flop came .
Angle bet 60,000, Derden folded, and Pianelli made the call. When the came on the turn, Angle bet 75,000 and Pianelli moved all in. Angle wasted no time in calling and showed for a full house. Pianelli turned over and needed the case ace on the river to chop.
It was not to be as the river was the , giving Angle the pot and a 1.75 million stack. Pianelli was eliminated from the tournament in eighth place and will take home $47,591.