Bounty players are on their second 15-minute break of the day. This is a color-up break, all of the 1,000 chips will be removed from play upon return.
Jack Duong raised to 60,000 from the button, Horacio Chaves Cortes potted to 210,000 from his small blind and Timothy Chung then re-potted to 590,000 from his big blind.
Duong thought for a moment before folding, but Chaves Cortes made the call and was all in.
Horacio Chaves Cortes:
The board ran out , giving Chaves Cortes the timely double-up.
Action picked up on the flop of in a headsup pot.
Lance Howard was first to act and he moved all in and was called by Kang Hyun Lee.
Kang Hyun Lee:
The turn and river completed the board and sent Howard to the payout desk.
Toby Lewis opened for 75,000 under the gun and was called by Bryce Yockey from the cutoff and Yik Chiu on the button. Action was on Heng Zhang who three-bet to 325,000 from the small blind and got a fold from Lewis and Chiu while Yockey called.
The flop fell and Zhang jammed for his remaining 325,000 and Yockey snap-called.
Zhang was out-flopped by Yockey and didn't receive any help on the turn.
Yockey was looking to claim another bounty until the dealer peeled off the and Zhang survived his all in.
Scott Sharpe opened for 65,000 from late position and Rod Fani three-bet pot from the cutoff. Action folded back to Sharpe who shoved and Fani called for less.
Fani was behind and couldn't catch up as the board ran out and he was eliminated from the tournament.
Preflop action was picked up after Jesse Sylvia and Guy Bowen both moved all in and Joseph Liberta, who had them both covered, made the call.
The board ran out , which eliminated Sylvia from the tournament and resulted in Bowen and Liberta agreeing to chop his bounty since they both had the same hand.
After Joao Simao potted to 105,000, Bryce Yockey re-potted to 200,000, which was enough to put Simao all in if he made the call, which he did.
The board ran out , which gave Yockey the straight and eliminated Simao from the tournament.
Joao Simao open-jammed from early position and had four callers that saw a flop of .
Action was checked to Bryce Yockey who fired out 75,000 from the hijack and that was good enough to get heads-up with Simao.
Yockey was on a flush and broadway draw but couldn't connect with the turn and river and Simao got some much-needed chips.