Action folded to Stephen Chidwick in the small blind and made it 60,000 to go. Tom Marchese made the call from the big blind.
The dealer spread the and Chidwick bet 45,000. Marchese quickly made the call.
The turn saw the hit the board and Chidwick potted it to 203,000. Marchese folded and Chidwick collected the pot.
With the remaining players on the final table bubble, Tournament Director Paul Campbell has put into place soft hand-for-hand.
If any table gets two hands ahead of the other table, they will pause and wait for the other table to catch up.
With eight players remaining, two away from the money, here is a list of chip counts as the players take a 10-minute break.
Chance Kornuth was all in for his tournament life holding against Stephen Chidwick who held .
The board ran out a flush for Chidwick and Kornuth he was eliminated.
Ben Yu opened to 55,000 from under the gun and Sam Soverel called all in for 5,000. Stephen Chidwick called in the cutoff and both Sean Winter and Cary Katz came along from the blinds.
The flop landed and action checked through to Chidwick who bet 75,000. Only Yu called as the turn fell the , and he checked again.
Chidwick bet 100,00 and Yu called as the completed the board on the river.
Yu checked, Chidwick bet 200,000, and Yu went into the tank for his 195,000 in chips.
Yu burned through his last two time extension banks before making the call and tabling his for a full house.
Soverel tabled his for a worse full house, but it would be Chidwick’s for quads that would earn him the double knockout of Soverel and Yu.
John Riordan opened to 55,000 from under the gun and action folded to Jared Bleznick on the button who potted. Riordan called for his last 85,000 chips and the cars were tabled.
The board ran out and Bleznick cowboys held up to eliminate Riordan from the tournament.
Sam Soverel raised to 40,000 in the cutoff and Stephen Chidwick called on the button.
The flop landed and both players checked to reveal the on the turn.
Soverel bet 35,000 and Chidwick called as the landed on the river.
Soverel bet 120,000 and Chidwick announced a raise of pot and would be all in for his last 415,000.
Soverel used one of his time extension banks, and then called.
Chidwick tabled his for a full house, and Soverel tabled his before sending them to the muck as Chidwick doubled.
With the board reading Jerad Bleznick bet 125,000. Ben Lamb was next to act and moved all in for his last 250,000.
Bleznick thought it over and used most of his time bank before tossing his cards into the muck.
We caught the action on the turn with Anthony Zinno locked in already inflated pot against John Riordan. Zinno checked the board which read and Riordan bet 200,000, the size of the pot. With only 325,000 on top of that bet, Zinno decided on an all-in and got a snap-call from his opponent who found out the bad news that he was drawing dead.
The set-under-set left Riordan in a world of hurt as we get closer to the money bubble.
Stephen Chidwick raised to 35,000 from under the gun and Cary Katz called on the button, as did Sam Soverel from the big blind.
The flop landed and action checked round to reveal the on the turn.
Soverel bet out 40,000, and Chidwick and Katz both folded
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