Robert Mizrachi moved all in from the small blind for roughly 190,000 and Jared Bleznick called in the big blind.
The board ran out and Mizrachi was eliminated in ninth place.
After doubling through Jake Abdalla a few hands earlier, Nick Schulman would find another courtesy of Abdalla.
Abdalla raised to 275,000 on the button and Schulman moved all in for 340,000. Abdalla called and tabled his to be racing against Schulman’s .
The board ran out and Schulman doubled through.
Brandon Adams raised the small blind and Eli Elezra called in the big.
Adams bet the flop and Elezra called to see the fall on the turn.
Adams bet again and Elezra called.
The completed the board and Adams slowed down with a check. Elezra bet and Adams called – only to be shown .
Adams could beat a set and Elezra took the pot.
In the very next hand, Elezra and Mike Gorodinsky saw a flop of from the blinds. Elezra bet and Gorodinsky called to see the on the turn.
Both players checked and after the paired the board on the end, Elezra check-called.
Gorodinsky did not have a pair and Elezra showed to take another pot.
Robert Mizrachi raised the button to 80,000 and Brandon Adams three-bet the big blind. Mizrachi called all in for 115,000.
The board ran out and Mizrachi doubled through.
Players are back from their final break of the night and play will continue for at least two more levels – or until Event #4 is down to the final six players.
Big Bet Blinds: 10,000 / 20,000 / 20,000-big blind ante
Cary Katz completed and Jake Abdalla called. Katz bet fourth and Abdalla called before both players checked fifth.
On sixth, Katz checked and Abdalla bet. Katz called.
Katz: / /
Abdalla: / /
On seventh, Katz checked and Abdalla bet. Katz folded, and Abdalla flashed the .
Chris Vitch completed and Jake Abdalla raised. Vitch committed his final 75,000 and Abdalla called. Both player’s boards ran out as follows:
Vitch: / /
Abdalla: / /
Vitch rivered a pair of nines, but Abdalla found a pair of queens on the end to eliminate Vitch in 10th place.
Action was picked up on fifth, after Jake Abdalla bet and Chris Vitch called. The same pattern followed on sixth and seventh – with Vitch calling to leave himself 75,000 on the end.
Vitch: – –
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