With Dale Burner extraordinarily short stacked he was able to move all in after an exchange of bets between him and Jordan Rich preflop.
The cards came out and Rich was able to move on with his 10 high.
Two tables have decided to cut their break short and start play. Table 295 with Dom Denotaristefani and Noah Boeken and Table 293 with Sergey Rybachenko and Eugene Katchalov.
We came in when Kirill Rabstov only had about 20,000 left to the 250,000 of Stephen Bass. Bass applied the pressure until he finally got him down to 6,000 and all in preflop.
Bass showed and Rabstov showed
The board ran out and the six on the turn was enough to give Bass the win. After the hand, Bass got up and said "Good Match" extending his hand for a hand shake. Rabstov ignored it, threw his hands in the air, grabbed his belongings, and started (what we can only assume was) cursing in Russian.
However angry Rabstov was, it doesn't change the fact that Bass has made it through and is the fourth confirmed member of our final table tomorrow.
Players are currently on a 20-minute break.
A critically short-stacked Leonardo Fernandez raised from the button and found one caller in JJ Liu from the big.
The flop came and Liu check-raised a bet from Fernandez, who called with one big bet behind. Liu fired when the landed on the turn and Fernandez called off his remaining chips.
The river was no help to Fernandez and he was sent to the rail.
Liu has 85,000 entering heads-up play against Mathieu Jacqmin's 185,000.
We found Stephen Bass put his opponent, Jeff Siegal all in on a board. Bass showed for a straight, which was enough to knock out Siegal as he mucked his whole cards.
Eugene Katchalov raised from the button and Sergey Rybachenko called.
The flop came and Rybachenko proceeded to check-call every street, which included the turn and river. Katchalov tabled for a set of nines and scooped the pot.
Katchalov is now up to 130,000 vs. Rybachenko's 140,000.
Three of the ten tables that started the day have played down to a winner. Seven active tables remain; four matches are heads up and three tables are three-handed.