Rodger Johnson Eliminated by Martin Zamani

Rodger Johnson raised pre-flop to 20,000. Martin Zamani then three-bet to 60,000 and Johnson moved all-in for 162,000. Zamani snap-called and the players were racing for the big pot. Johnson: [AhKc] Zamani: [JdJc] The board ran out [Jh8s7dTsTc] and Johnson exited the PokerGO Studio.

Rodger Johnson Rivers Top Pair

Rodger Johnson opened to 11,000 in the hijack and Seth Davies called in the cutoff, as did Ralph Wong from the big blind. The flop landed [Jh4h9h] and Davies bet 10,000. Wong check-folded, and Johnson check-called as the turn of the [8d] checked through. The river landed the [Ac] and Johnson bet

Straight for Rodger Johnson

Martin Zamani raised to 8,000 from under the gun and Dan Shak called from two seats over. Rodger Johnson called on the button, as did Jared Jaffee from the big blind. The [KhTcQs] flop checked round to reveal the [5h] on the turn. Action checked to Johnson, and he bet 10,000.

Jared Jaffee Bets Out Rodger Johnson

Rodger Johnson raised to 4,500 in the hijack and Jared Jaffee three-bet to 14,000 on the button. The blinds folded, and Johnson called as the flop landed [3s2h6h]. Johnson checked, Jaffee bet 15,000, and Johnson folded.

Lauren Roberts Eliminated by Rodger Johnson

On a board of [3d2cJh3h], Lauren Roberts was all in holding [As4s] for roughly her last 30,000 against Rodger Johnson and his [QsQd]. Needing to find an ace or five to stay alive, the river landed the [Ts], and Roberts was eliminated.

Rodger Johnson Eliminated in 7th Place ($45,500)

Rodger Johnson shoved his last 365,000 and Stephen Chidwick called. Johnson was behind holding [QcJh] against the [AhJd] of Chidwick. The board ran out [AcQh4h4cXx] and Johnson was eliminated in seventh place. He will take home $45,500.

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