|Jorryt van Hoof||300,000||-|
Action was picked up on Table 3 with Anthony Zinno and Dan Shak all-in – with Jonathan Depa and Brandon Adams also seeing a flop of .
Depa and Adams both checked to see the on the turn. Depa bet 120,000 and Adams called to see the river.
The paired the board on the end and after using an extension, Depa bet 85,000.
Adams used two extensions of his own before he called and all hands were tabled.
Zinno scooped the main pot with the nut full house, Depa won the sizable side pot with his full house, and Dan Shak was eliminated on the final hand of Level 9.
In first position, Brandon Adams shoved all in for 429,000 before Dan Shak shoved over the top for 508,000. From the button, John Cynn called all in for 100,000.
The board ran out and Cynn scooped the main pot to triple up, while Adams won the side pot.
Erik Seidel and Alex Foxen were both over 1,000,000 when they clashed with just a few minutes remaining in Level 9.
Action was picked up with Foxen raising to 80,000 and Seidel called before Chance Kornuth folded the button.
The flop fell and Foxen bet 75,000.
Seidel quickly called to see the fall on the turn and Seidel called after Foxen bet 185,000.
The completed the board and after Foxen checked, Seidel did the same.
“Straight.” Foxen said, before Seidel tabled for a winning flush.
Jonathan Depa shoved all in for nearly 1.8 million in the hijack and Sam Simmons called all in from the button for 108,000.
The board ran out and Simmons collected the double with aces-up.
Another seven-figure pot just played out on Table 2 between Erik Seidel and Daniel Weinand.
Weinand held and Seidel needed to hit with .
He did, as the board ran out . When the stacks were cut down, Seidel had Weinand barely covered – 695,000 to 650,000 – meaning Weinand was forced to use an add-on.
Cary Katz was all in for 100,000 against Thai Ha.
The runout saw Katz collect the double through Ha.
Dan Shak was all in from the button for 100,000 against Jonathan Depa.
The dealer spread the board and Depa’s straight forced Shak to use an add-on.
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