Ryan Laplante raised to 40,000 from under the gun and Thai Ha three-bet to 140,000 next to act. Anthony Zinno called all in from the button for 51,000, and Laplante called too.
The flop landed and Laplante bet out 175,000 and Ha folded.
The turn and river fell the and , and Zinno secured a triple.
Sam Snead raised to 35,000 from middle position and Ryan Laplante called in the cutoff, as did Anthony Zinno from the big blind.
The flop checked through to reveal the on the turn. Laplante bet 75,000 and only Zinno called as the completed the board on the river.
Zinno checked, and Laplante bet pot of 277,000. Zinno used four time extensions, and then called.
Laplante tabled his and Zinno mucked.
Thai Ha raised to 35,000 on the button and Anthony Zinno reraised to 113,000 from the big blind.
Ha called, and the flop landed and Zinno bet his final 99,000 and Ha called.
The turn and river landed the and and Zinno doubled through.
Almost immediately after Thai Ha doubled with pocket aces Chance Kornuth eliminated Sean Winter with the blades.
Winter put the final portion of his short stack in on with . He was drawing thin against Kornuth’s and the pocket aces held – as the board ran out with the and the .
A massive pot just played out on Table 1 that gave Thai Ha the chip lead.
Action was picked up on the turn, with the board reading and Ryan Laplante checking from the small blind. Thai Ha also checked from the big and Sam Snead bet 250,000 from the button.
Laplante got out of the way and Ha called to see the fall on the river.
Ha checked again and Snead – who had his opponent covered – moved all-in.
Ha took a quick inventory of his remaining 475,000~ and after a few more moments he called. Snead motioned that Ha’s call was good and it was, as he tabled for a rivered set.
Snead flashed his hand, but it was quickly sent into the muck – before the biggest pot of the night was sent Ha’s way.
8,000 / 16,000
Big Blind Ante
On a flop of , Sam Snead bet out 50,000 from the big blind and Ryan Laplante called from under the gun.
The turn was the and Snead continued with a bet of 125,000.
Laplante showed his and then mucked.
Snead revealed his and Laplante said, “Show the top one.”
Snead tabled the . The table laughed, and Snead revealed his final card – the .
Action was picked up with the cards on their back with the board reading and Mike Gorodinsky all-in for his tournament life.
Gorodinsky held for two pair and Laplante was drawing with .
The completed Laplante’s flush draw on the turn and Gorodinsky couldn’t find any help on the river. The completed the board and Laplante is now playing the biggest stack in the room with two tables remaining.
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