Erik Seidel was all in for 92,000 holding against Alex Foxen and his .
The board ran out and Seidel secured the double.
Sean Winter and Jonathan Depa limped in before Dan Shak moved all in for roughly 110,000. Winter called, and Depa folded.
The board ran out and Shak was eliminated, but threw in one of his add-on chips for a refreshed 100,000-chip stack.
Sean Winter limped in, as did Dan Shak and Ben Yu, before Todd Ivens raised to 35,000 in the cutoff. Winter, Shak, and Yu all called as the flop landed and action checked through.
The turn fell the and Shak bet his remaining 149,000 as Ivens looked him up for his 144,000 total.
Shak would need to find a heart on the river, but when it fell the , he was left with just over a single ante.
Daniel Weinand opened and Erik Seidel three-bet shoved for his final 50,000~. A few limpers folded and Weinand called to put Seidel at risk with .
Seidel held and before the flop he wondered out loud if the odds of this classic race were different in Short Deck.
The flip went Weinand’s way after the flop and Seidel couldn’t find any help – as the board ran out with the and the to force Seidel to add-on.
With just a few minutes left in Level 3, Daniel Weinand has the biggest stack in the room with over 400,000.
Catching the action with the flop spread , Alex Foxen was all in for the main pot that sat at around 370,000 holding while Daniel Weinand was at-risk for the side pot of 8,000 holding .
Cary Katz had both players at risk with his .
The turn of the changed little, but the on the river improved Weinand to a straight to see him virtually triple up.
Foxen immediately tossed in his add-on chip and was refreshed with 100,000 in chips.
Sean Winter opened to 16,000 and after Dan Shak folded, Ben Yu moved all-in for 96,000 from the button.
Winter took a majority of his 30 second time bank before he called for his final 90,000. Shak got out of the way and the hands were tabled.
Yu held and Winter turned over . The board ran out and Winter said, “That’s the only hand you beat.”
He then used his final add-on to get back to 100,000.
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