Over on the main feature table, Josh Arieh raised to 300,000 in the cutoff and Jared Bleznick reraised the pot to 1,050,000 on the button.
"How much do you have behind?" Arieh inquired when it was his turn to act once more. Bleznick carefully counted the 1,400,000 he had behind and Arieh then called. On the flop, Arieh checked his option and Bleznick then pushed all-in.
Arieh immediately grabbed his remaining four time bank extensions and shuffled them while talking through potential hands and options for his holdings, which he didn't disclose yet. Ultimately, Arieh double-checked his current stack and then settled on a call.
"I don't have aces," Bleznick announced and tabled the . "Oh good," an instantly relieved Arieh said and turned over his for the overpair.
The on the turn provided an additional flush draw for Arieh to take away some outs for Bleznick and the river ended his tournament run in 10th place.
There will now be a short break to move the players to the unofficial final table and colour up some chips. All seat assignments and updated counts are to follow.