Reslock: X-X / / X
Phillips: X-X / / X
Lisandro: X-X / / X
Ming Reslock has a very healthy stack after scooping a three-way hand of stud hi/lo. Dale Phillips had the betting lead on every street, and checked it each time. Jeff Lisandro bet fourth and fifth streets and was called by Reslock and Phillips. On sixth street, Lisandro also checked to Reslock's four-heart board. She bet and was called by Phillips and Lisandro.
Both men checked the river to Reslock, who again fired a bet. Phillips folded, but Lisandro called, perhaps just hoping to win half. He got nothing when Reslock turned up for a 6-5 low and a heart flush.
Steve Sung has been perilously short-stacked for the better part of an hour. On a board of , Scott Siever checked to Sung. Sung bet and was raised by chip leader Ryan Hughes. Seiver called the raise cold and Sung also called all in. When the river fell , Seiver check-folded to a single bet from Hughes.
At showdown, Hughes tabled the nuts, . Sung mucked and was off to get paid.
When all was said and done, no one could show a low and Aldridge's pair of aces was good enough for the high. He scooped the monster pot to move up to 180,000 with Milchman back to 95,000 and Hourani on the rail.
Juanda: X-X / 6-2-5-5 / X
Bonyadi: X-X / 7-2-A-J / X
John Juanda's been quietly building a stack all day. He played a recent hand of razz against Farzad Bonyadi and took it down uncontested. Juanda completed third street, bet fourth street and bet fifth street, with Bonyadi calling each time. On sixth street, Bonyadi took over the betting lead when Juanda paired fives. Both players checked to the river.
At the river, Bonyadi checked again. Juanda, ever aggressive, fired out a bet. Bonyadi tanked for about forty seconds before finally folidng his hand.
The decisions are becoming weightier and weightier as we push deeper into the money. Short-stacked Adam Hourani faced a big one in a pot against Kenneth Aldridge. Hourani checked sixth street and called a bet from Aldridge. On seventh street, Hourani checked again and Aldridge bet again. Hourani tanked for about a minute before making the call, leaving himself only 26,000 behind. Aldridge opened for a full house, treys full of aces. It was good.