Chance Kornuth limped in for 12,000, as did Anthony Zinno. From the cutoff, Alex Foxen shoved for 224,000. Kornuth folded, and Zinno called.
The board ran out and Foxen doubled through with his two pair.
John Cynn was all-in for his final 117,000 and Michael Stone re-shoved for 522,000 before Brandon Adams put his final 280,000 into the middle.
Big stack Jonathan Depa got the counts and went into the tank, before he eventually folded.
The board ran out and Stone chopped the pot with Adams to force another add-on from Cynn.
While that hand was playing out, Junichi Nakano re-entered.
Both Dan Shak and Thai Ha found themselves all in against Todd Ivens.
The board ran out and Ha turned a flush and won the main pot for a triple up, while Ivens eliminated Shak and took the side pot.
With around 60,000 in the middle, Jonathan Depa and Michael Stone got another 1,200,000 in the middle with the board reading .
Depa tabled and Stone – who had the shorter of the two all-in stacks with 608,000 – said, “Case ace?” before turning over .
The completed the board and while Depa was shipped the chip-leading pot, Stone added on and Brandon Adams used his two add-ons to get up to 300,000.
From the cutoff, Alex Foxen moved all in for roughly 100,000 and Daniel Weinand iso-shoved from the button.
The board ran out and Foxen was forced to use one of his add-ons.
Chance Kornuth limped in for 10,000 and Anthony Zinno raised to 55,000 next to act. Kornuth shoved for 100,000 and Zinno called.
The board ran out and Kornuth doubled through.
Alex Foxen and Daniel Weinand limped in before Chance Kornuth shoved all in for 47,000. From the button, Anthony Zinno made it 85,000 to go and both Foxen and Weinand folded.
The board ran out and Kornuth was forced to add-on for a fresh 100,000.
Cary Katz called and Jonathan Depa raised to 26,000 as the next player to act. Michael Stone called and then Ryan Laplante – fresh off his Event #2 victory – moved all-in from the button for 110,000.
Katz re-shoved for 191,000 and after Depa folded Stone used a time extension while he went into the tank.
Eventually, he threw in a chip for a call and the hands were tabled.
The board ran out and Stone rivered a straight to scoop the pot.
Both players used an add-on, while Stone shot near the top of the Event #3 charts.
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