From first position, Jonathan Depa shoved all in for 19,000. Erik Seidel folded, but Cary Katz, Anthony Zinno, Alex Foxen, and Daniel Weinand all called.
The flop checked through to reveal the on the turn. Action checked to Foxen in the cutoff, and he shoved for his 70,000 and the remaining active players folded.
The river landed the , and the pot was chopped up.
Sean Winter limped in for 4,000 total, and Dan Shak called next to act. Ben Yu moved all in for 42,000, and as the action folded back to Winter, he shoved for roughly 130,000 total.
Shak open-folded his and the cards were tabled.
The board ran out and Yu rivered two pair to double through.
Manig Loeser limped in, as did Dan Shak. Ben Yu shoved for 47,000 from the cutoff, and Loeser called as Shak open-mucked his .
The board ran out and both players rivered Broadway.
Cary Katz limped and Anthony Zinno raised to 17,000 from the button. The rest of the table folded and Katz called off a short stack.
Almost as soon as the flop hit the felt, Katz put his final 7,000 into the middle and Zinno called to try to score the knockout with .
Katz was open ended with and his draw came in when the came on the turn.
The completed the board though – which gave Zinno the same straight and meant they were chopping it up.
Todd Ivens limped in first to act, and Dan Shak called in the cutoff. Ben Yu checked the button, and the flop checked through to reveal the on the turn.
Ivens bet 4,000 and Shak called as Yu folded.
The river fell the and Ivens checked. Shak bet 12,000, and Ivens mucked. Shak tabled the .
With a few minutes remaining in Level 2, Dan Shak entered to bring Event #3 to 11 entrants.
Shak took Erik Seidel’s spot on Table 1, while Seidel was reseated between Cary Katz and Jonathan Depa on Table 2.
Manig Loeser called from first position before Ben Yu raised to 12,000. From the button, John Cynn made it 82,000, and both Loeser and Yu folded.
The next hand saw Erik Seidel call in middle position before Cynn made it 18,000 in the cutoff. Seidel folded, and Cynn collected another pot.
Ben Yu called in early position, and both Todd Ivens and Manig Loeser followed suit as Sean Winter checked on the button.
The board checked through to the river and Yu tabled his .
“What you limping in with?” Winter asked.
Winter then flashes his and said, “I could have got there.”
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