Jared Bleznick lost a huge pot against Smith Sirisakorn, calling his raise on third street and three additional bets on the following streets. Sirisakorn showed a pair of queens, and Bleznick lamented, "Can't beat that. Every seventh street is just a brick."
That hand led to a confrontation that occurred in the following hand. Bleznick, down to 345,000, tangled with Larry Tull, who had an even-shorter stack in front of him.
Tull completed, Bleznick raised, and Tull three-bet. Bleznick called, and Tull's remaining chips went in on fourth street.
Larry Tull: /
Jared Bleznick: /
Bleznick received another two sixes on fifth and sixth, improving to a full house. Tull was drawing dead on sixth street, still having only a pair of eights without a chance to make a low hand.
Larry Tull: / /
Jared Bleznick: / /
Tull departed in fourth place, earning $62,796, while Bleznick recovered a bit from the previous loss.