Five of the six Omaha-8 hands this round saw action all of the way to the river, with Christopher George scooping a couple of hands.
In one George raised the button then called a Brandon Wong three-bet from the small blind, then called Wong bets after both the flop and turn. Both checked the river, and when George showed for a high of aces and treys and no low, Wong mucked.
Another hand saw George and Wong checking down to the river as the board rolled out , then George betting and Wong calling on the end. George showed for a straight, and Wong mucked again.
The other highlight of the round was a blind-vs.-blind hand between Sebastian Saffari and Philip Sternheimer. After Saffari limped in from the SB and Sternhemier checked, Saffari then led at every street as the board came , then , then , and Sternheimer called each time.
Saffari had the high locked up with his seven-high straight, and the pair split the low as both had made a 6-5-4-3-A.