Ralph Wong vs. Nick Petrangelo

Ralph Wong raised his button to 2,500 and Nick Petrangelo three-bet the small blind to 9,000. Wong called, and on the [JcQc6d] flop, he called a Petrangelo continuation-bet of 5,000. The turn landed the repeat [6s] and Petrangelo now opted to check. Wong bet 20,000, and Petrangelo folded.

Ralph Wong Eliminated in 6th Place ($54,600)

Koray Aldemir raised from the cutoff to 750,000 and Ralph Wong reraised over the top to go all in for 990,000 with [3c3s]. Aldemir called with [KdQh] and called, putting Wong at risk. The board ran out [KcJh7d9hAh], never giving Wong a good chance to catch up. He was eliminated in

Shove Is All You Need

There continues to be very little post-flop play, but plenty of shoves. Brandon Adams shoved all in on the button with [AcQh] for a little more than 1,000,000 and the blinds folded. On the next hand, Stephen Chidwick shoved all in on the button with [6h6d] and also got through. There actually was

Stephen Chidwick and Sean Winter Lead, Third Final Table for Winter

Eight players will return to play for the Event #3 - $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em title at 5 p.m. EST. Stephen Chidwick leads the way, with Sean Winter close behind. Chidwick is the defending U.S. Poker Open champion and is currently second in the overall standings to defend his title. Winter has

Lauren Roberts Doubles Through Chip Leader Ralph Wong

Action folded to Lauren Roberts in the small blind who called. Ralph Wong went all in and Roberts called all in for her total of 535,000. Roberts: [8h9h] Wong: [As6s] The flop of [Th9dQh] was a good one for Roberts, but the [5h] was even better because it gave her the flush and

Manig Loeser Eliminated in 13th place ($18,200)

The action folded to Ralph Wong in the high jack who opened to 55,000. Manig Loeser was next to act and three bet to 400,000 leaving himself 5,000 behind. The blinds folded and it was back on Wong who moved all-in. Loeser tossed in his last chip and the cards were