Junichi Nakano was all in from the big blind against Kristen Bicknell in the cutoff. Nakano: [Ah8c] Bicknell: [QcJh] The board ran out [2hQdQhAs5d] and Nakano was eliminated in 13th place.
Junichi Nakano raised to 36,000 in the cutoff and Andras Nemeth moved all in for 326,000 from the small blind. Nakano called. Nakano: [AsKh] Nemeth: [AcQc] The board ran out [5cQhAd4c8d] and Nemeth doubled through.
With the board reading [4d6d3h7d], Junichi Nakano checked from under the gun and Kahle Burns bet 31,000 from the cutoff. Nakano called, and when the river landed the [Tc], he checked once more. Burns pushed forward a bet of 101,000 leaving himself just 1,000 behind. Nakano thought for a little, and then called. Burns
Kahle Burns raised to 10,000 from middle position and Junichi Nakano three-bet to 30,000 in the big blind. Burns called, and the flop landed [Ac7cKd]. Nakano continued for 21,000 and Burns called before both players checked the [4d] on the turn. The river landed the [4c] and Nakano checked once more. Burns
Erik Seidel, Cary Katz, and Anthony Zinno all limped in and Junichi Nakano raised to 34,000 in the hijack. Seidel responded by moving all in for 200,000, and after Katz and Zinno folded, Nakano called. Nakano: [JhTc] Seidel: [QsQh] The board ran out [Ad8hAhQcKs] and Seidel doubled through with his full house.