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With eight players remaining, two away from the money, here is a list of chip counts as the players take a 10-minute break.
John Riordan opened to 55,000 from under the gun and action folded to Jared Bleznick on the button who potted. Riordan called for his last 85,000 chips and the cars were tabled. Jared Bleznick: [KsKc8cTd] John Riordan: [Ad7dJhTc] The board ran out [Qh8s2c4d3h] and Bleznick cowboys held up to eliminate Riordan from the
With the board reading [2c3c3hQd] Jerad Bleznick bet 125,000. Ben Lamb was next to act and moved all in for his last 250,000. Bleznick thought it over and used most of his time bank before tossing his cards into the muck.
This hand picked up on the river with Anthony Zinno and Jared Bleznick, with Zinno having fired 35,000 into the pot with a board that read [Ah2s5s3hJs]. Bleznick put the call in on the soaking wet board and showed two red jacks. Hit set was good and he raked the pot.
With the board reading [3hTsKh2s] Jerad Bleznick bet 35,000 and Ben Yu called. The river landed the [8h] and Yu checked. Bleznick announced a bet of 65,000 and Yu made the quick call. Bleznick announced two pair but Yu tabled [Th9h5h9s] for the rivered flush to take the pot.
On a board of [8hTd4cQs], Jared Bleznick led out for 15,000 and Sean Winter raised to 74,000. Bleznick paused for a few moments and then called as the river landed the [6d] and he checked. Winter used the full extension of his time, and then bet out 152,000. Bleznick folded, and Winter