|Blinds||1,500,000 / 3,000,000|
Hand #42: Noomis Jones raised to 2.7 million from under the gun and Dan Kuntzman three-bet to 6.1 million from the small blind. Jones called and they saw a flop of . Kuntzman gathered some chips and slid forward a bet of 7 million. Jones folded and Kuntzman raked in the pot.
Hand #43: Action folded to Kuntzman on the button and he raised to 3 million. The blinds folded.
Hand #44: Juan Magana opened to 3 million from the hijack and Jeremy Pekarek called from the big blind. The flop came and Pekarek led out for 3.3 million. Magana folded.
Hand #37: Noomis Jones raised to 2,700,000 from the button and Jeremy Pekarek put his last 17,200,000 in the middle from the small blind. The big blind got out of the way and Jones had a decision to make. It took Jones about a minute to let go of his hand.
Hand #38: Dan Kuntzman raised to 3,000,000 from middle position and Paul Jain called from the small blind.
The flop was dealt . Jain checked to the initial raiser and Kuntzman continued with a bet of 4,000,000. Jain stuck around to see the on the turn. Both checked to see the river complete the board and Jain bet 3,000,000.
Kuntzman called and Jain showed but that wasn't enough to win the pot against the of Kuntzman.
Hand #39: Jeremy Pekarek raised to 2,500,000 from the cutoff and big blind Tan Nguyen called from the small blind. The flop fell and Nguyen checked. Pekarek checked behind and the turn was the . Both checked again on the turn to see the on the river.
Both checked on the river and Pekarek took the pot down with .
Hand #40: Jones raised to 2,400,000 from middle position and Jain called from the cutoff. Big blind John Skrovan called as well and they went three-way to the flop. The flop was dealt and Skrovan checked to Jones.
Jones continued with a bet of 2,100,000 and Jain got out of the way but Skrovan didn't mind continuing heads-up so he called.
The turn was the and Skrovan check-folded to a bet of 4,900,000 from Jones.
Hand #41: Jain raised to 2,900,000 from the hijack and he took down the pot after everyone folded.
Hand #32: Dan Kuntzman raised to 2.6 million from under the gun and John Skrovan shoved for 14.8 million from the small blind. Kuntzman thought for a moment and then opted to fold, sending the pot to Skrovan.
Hand #33: Paul Jain opened to 2.8 million from middle position and Tan Nguyen called from the cutoff. The dealer fanned a flop of and Jain bet 4.7 million. Nguyen looked back at his cards and then decided to fold.
Hand #34: Jain raised to 2.8 million from early position and Kuntzman shoved for 9.2 million from the small blind. Jain called.
Kuntzman was at risk and flipping, needing to improve to to stay alive in this tournament. The flop came and Jain remained ahead with a pair of sevens. The turn was the and Kuntzman picked up a gut-shot straight draw. Sure enough, the river was the and Kuntzman doubled through.
Hand #35: Kuntzman opened to 3 million on the button and picked up the blinds and antes.
Hand #36: Benjamin Underwood raised to 2.5 million from the button and Jeremy Pekarek three-bet shoved for 12.9 million from the big blind. Underwood folded.
Hand #27: Dan Kuntzman raised all in for 11,700,000 from the button and both blinds folded.
Hand #28: Benjamin Underwood raised to 2,100,000 from the button and Noomis Jones pushed 24,500,000 to the middle from the small blind. The big blind and Underwood quickly folded.
Hand #29: Jones raised to 2,600,000 from the button and the blinds got out of the way.
Hand #30: Underwood raised to 2,100,000 from the Paul Jain called from the small blind and big blind Tan Nguyen defended his big blind.
The flop fell and it checked to Underwood who continued with a bet of 2,000,000. Jain called but big blind Nguyen got out of the way.
The turn was the and Jain checked again to Underwood. He checked behind this time and the completed the board. They both checked on the river as well and Jain took down the pot with .
Hand #31: Juan Magana raised to 2,200,000 from under the gun and everyone folded.
Hand #26: David Elet moved all in for 8 million from early position and Juan Magana called on the button for 7.2 million.
Elet was at risk and behind with , up against Magana's .
The flop came and Elet still needed to improve to stay alive. The turn was the and the river was the , sending Elet home in 9th place.
All remaining 8 players are now guaranteed a payout of $45,418.
Hand #22: Benjamin Underwood raised to 2.1 million from late position and Tan Nguyen called from the big blind. The flop came and Nguyen checked. Underwood bet 1.7 million and Nguyen mucked.
Hand #23: Action folded to Jeremy Pekarek in the cutoff and he made it 2.2 million to go. The button and blinds folded and Pekarek raked in the pot.
Hand #24: Benjamin Underwood opened to 2.1 million from early position and Jeremy Pekarek three-bet shoved for 15.4 million from the hijack. Underwood asked for a count and then decided to call.
Both players held pocket queens, and they saw a flop of , giving Underwood a freeroll with a diamond in his hand. The turn was the and the river was the to chop the pot.
Hand #25: Paul Jain raised to 2.3 million from the hijack and John Skrovan shoved all in for 12.1 million from the button. Jain folded and Skrovan picked up the pot.
Hand #17: Paul Jain raised to 2,500,000 from middle position and he won the pot when everyone folded.
Hand #18: Tan Nguyen raised to 2,200,000 from middle position and everyone folded.
Hand #19: Jeremy Pekarek raised under the gun to 2,100,000 and Dan Kuntzman put his last 8,100,000 in the middle. It folded back to Pekarek and he got out of the way as well.
Hand #20: Benjamin Underwood raised to 2,100,000 from the cutoff and the players on the button and in the blinds got out of the way.
Hand #21: Underwood raised to 2,100,000 from the hijack and took down another pot with a single raise.
Hand #12 Dan Kuntzman moved all in for 8.1 million from middle position and everyone folded.
Hand #13 Benjamin Underwood raised to 2.1 million from middle position and raked in the blinds and antes.
Hand #14 David Elet raised to 2.5 million from the hijack and John Skrovan three-bet shoved all in for 6.8 million from the big blind. Elet called.
The flop came and Skrovan paired his ace to take the lead while Elet picked up a gut-shot straight draw. The turn was the and the river was the to give Skrovan the double.
Hand #15 Paul Jain raised to 2.5 million from the cutoff and everyone folded.
Hand #16 Action folded to Tan Nguyen in the cutoff and he made it 2.2 million to go. Nobody called and he raked in the blinds and ante.