Byron Kaverman raised to 325,000 from the button and Cary Katz called all-in for 310,000 from the big blind. Katz: [AhKd] Kaverman: [QdTs] The board ran out [Td9hJdJs6h] and Katz was eliminated in 13th place.
Chris Brewer raised to 40,000 from middle position and Cary Katz called in the big blind. The flop landed [6s9d3c] and Katz checked. Brewer bet 30,000, and Katz called before both players checked the [3h] on the turn. The river landed the [Tc] and Katz bet out 50,000 and Brewer folded.
Action folded to Cary Katz in the small blind, and he raised to 20,000. Elia Ahmadian called from the big blind as the flop landed [Kd3cKc]. Katz bet 15,000 and Ahmadian called before the turn fell the [4c]. Katz bet out 25,000 and Ahmadian called again. The river fell the [6h] and
Tony Sinishtaj raised to 20,000 from under the gun and Derek Gregory called in the hijack. From the cutoff, Nitis Udornpim moved all-in for 90,000. Cary Katz called on the button, as the blinds, Sinishtaj, and Gregory all folded. Katz: [9c9h] Udornpim: [5s5h] The board ran out [Qd7dTsJd8s] and Udornpim was eliminated.
Matt Berkey raised to 4,000 from under the gun and Cary Katz called next to act, as did Jack Hardcastle from the big blind. The flop landed [8c7s5d] and Hardcastle led for 6,000. Berkey raised to 17,500, and Katz made it 110,000 and three bets to go. Hardcastle folded, but Berkey instantly
Cary Katz opened to 10,000 from middle position and Arthur Conan called on the button. The flop landed [Ac3h5d] and Katz bet out 14,000. Conan called, and the turn fell the [Tc]. Katz checked, Conan bet 21,000, and Katz folded.
Action folded to Chris Brewer in the small blind, and he limped in as Cary Katz checked his option. The flop landed [As3d7h] and Brewer led out for 4,000. Katz made it 12,000 before Brewer opted for reraise to 30,000 and Katz folded.
Cary Katz was all-in for 67,000 holding [KsKd] against Chris Brewer and his [Qd9d]. The board ran out [Td7c3dTc6s] and Katz doubled through.
Cary Katz holding [As8s] had called a three-bet (40,000) from button Luc Greenwood, seeing an enticing flop of [AdTsKs]. Greenwood, however, had flopped a set with [AhAc]. He bet 20,000 when Katz checked to him on the flop, then another 50,000 on a [3c] turn. Katz called both here and