|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
The remaining two are on a 20-minute break.
Steve Jelinek raised to 240,000 from the button and John Gottlieb called. The flop came down and Gottlieb check-called a pot-sized bet from Jelinek. The turn was the and Gottlieb fired all in. Jelinek made the call.
Gottlieb held the and Jelinek held the .
The river completed the board with the and gave Gottlieb a straight. He began jumping up and down, having doubled up with a scoop. Gottlieb now has about three million in chips.
Steve Jelinek and John Gottlieb got all of the money in preflop after a raising war broke out. Gottlieb held the against the for Jelinek.
The board ran out and Gottlieb scooped the entire pot with just a pair of fours. He moved back to 1.5 million in chips while Jelinek dropped to about 2.3 million.
With the final board reading , John Gottlieb tabled the for sevens full of aces. Steve jelinek held the for kings and sevens. Gottlieb scooped the pot and moved back to 910,000 in chips.
With only 465,000 chips, John Gottlieb ended up all in pre-flop. Steve Jelinek tabled and Gottlieb showed .
The board spread and Gottlieb doubled up, is now up to 930,000 chips.
Steve Jelinek limp-called the pot raise made by John Gottlieb. The flop ran out and the players ended up all in.
Jelinek tabled and Gottlieb .
The turn card was a , the river a and the chopped the pot.
On the second hand of heads-up play between Steve Jelinek and John Gottlieb, the action was potted preflop by Gottlieb on the button. Jelinek made the call. The flop went check, check after the fell.
After the fell on the river, Jelinek fired out the pot for 360,000. Gottlieb tank-folded and the pot was pushed Jelinek's way.
Anders Taylor raised the pot from the button and then Steve Jelinek reraised from the big blind to put Taylor all in. Taylor called off the small remainder of his stack and the hands were turned over.
Taylor held the and was up against the for Jelinek.
The flop was huge for Jelinek when it came and gave him a full house. The turn was the and the river the . Taylor filed to improve on the turn and river, giving Jelinek the pot and eliminated Taylor on the hand.
Taylor earned just short of $100,000 for his third-place finish while Jelinek increased his lead going into heads-up play.