With 24,000 in the middle and the board reading [5h6sThJh2c], Aaron Van Blarcum bet out 17,000 from the small blind. Chance Kornuth was in the big blind, and he raised to 42,000. Van Blarcum deliberated for a few moments and then folded.
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On a board of [Ah6h8dJs] with roughly 70,000 in the middle, Chance Kornuth led out for 45,000 from the small blind and Nick Petrangelo called in middle position. From the cutoff, Chris Hunichen announced a raise to 200,000. Kornuth mucked, and after using two time extensions, Petrangelo called all in for
Chance Kornuth raised the button to 20,000 and Sam Soverel defended his big blind. The flop landed [3s6d3d] and Soverel checked. Kornuth bet 10,000 and Soverel check-raised to 27,000. Kornuth called, and then both players checked through the [Td] on the turn. The river fell the [Qd] and Soverel checked. Kornuth announced a
With around 50,000 in the middle and the board reading [QcKh9hJh], Chance Kornuth bet out 28,000 from the big blind and Sam Soverel called in middle position. The river landed the [3s] and Kornuth announced he was all in. Soverel used a time extension, and then called all in for 101,000. Kornuth
Chance Kornuth raised to 13,000 from under the gun and Bryn Kenney called in the big blind. The flop landed [3h6s8c] and Kenney checked to Kornuth who continued for 22,000. Kenney responded with a check-raise to 60,000, and Kornuth folded.
Orpen Kisacikoglu opened to 12,500 from under the gun and Chance Kornuth three-bet to 36,500 next to act on the button. Kisacikoglu called, and then checked the [5hQd4d] flop. Kornuth continued for 20,000, and Kisacikoglu responded by shoving all in for 162,500. Kornuth used two time extensions, and then elected to fold.
Orpen Kisacikoglu was all in for 131,500 holding [TsTc] against Chance Kornuth and his [KhQh]. The board ran out [Js4dKc5sQs] and Kisacikoglu was eliminated.
Nick Petrangelo raised to 10,000 on the button and both Chance Kornuth and Orpen Kisacikoglu called in the blinds. The flop landed [7h7dTh] and Kornuth led out for 12,000. Kisacikoglu folded, but Petrangelo called as the turn landed the [Ks]. Kornuth bet 42,000 and Petrangelo called as the river landed the [Ad]. Kornuth