|Blinds||200,000 / 400,000|
Jason Nablo opened to 600,000 in middle position and Paul Tedeschi defended the big blind.
Both players checked the flop to the turn, and Tedeschi check-called for 500,000.
The completed the board, Tedeschi checked, Nablo jammed for 2,425,000, and Tedeschi called.
Nablo could only show , while Tedeschi tabled to take the pot with trips, eliminating Nablo in 9th place for $29,549.
|33||3||Tom Kinney||United States||2,150,000|
|33||5||Michael Marder||United States||3,600,000|
|33||6||Jason Nablo||United States||4,300,000|
|33||7||Roscoe Light||United States||7,800,000|
|33||9||David To||United States||3,800,000|
Kurt Jewell opened to 500,000 in the hijack, Nicolas Plantin jammed on the button, and action folded back to Jewell who thought about it and called for his 5,125,000 chips.
The flop kept Jewell ahead to the turn, but the spiked the river to give Plantin the sizable pot, while Jewell made his way to the payout desk in 10th place for $25,188.
Paul Tedeschi has been on fire recently in the tournament and his good run continued as he slowly peeled the $50,000 bounty during the break to confirm himself the large amount of money.
Players are now on a 10-minute break.
Kurt Jewell ended up getting his 1,700,000 chips in from the small blind against Viliyan Petleshkov in the big blind.
Jewell was ahead and jumped even further ahead on the flop. The turn confirmed his double, and the river was put out as a formality.