Right after Marcel Luske was eliminated, we lost another player on the ESPN main stage, and that was Jonathan Seelbach. Action started with Robert Salaburu raising to 61,000 in early position. Action folded around to Seelbach, and he moved all in his last 448,000. It folded back around to Salaburu, and he tossed in the call.
Seelbach didn't catch a pair on the flop, which came. He did however pick up a straight draw, and any paint card would do for him. The turn brought the , giving Seelbach more outs, as another ten would counterfeit Salaburu. However, the came on the river, and Seebach was sent to the rail.
After that hand, Salaburu strengthens his chip lead, as he now has over 6.5 million.