Carter Gill has moved over the 200,000-chip mark by crippling Tyler Cornell. Gill made it 3,000 preflop before Cornell raised to 11,000. Mark Walsh called Cornell's raise only to see Gill ship it all in when the action came back to him. Cornell made the call. After Walsh folded the hands were opened:
Gill had two live, suited, semi-connected cards. He paired one on a flop of and had it hold up through the turn and river. When the stacks were counted down, Cornell had Gill covered by just 8,000 chips.
Marius Bobinas is out courtesy of one of our chip leaders, J Choi. Bobinas was short-stacked and got all in preflop with pocket tens. Choi called with king-nine and managed to catch a king on the turn to send Bobinas to the rail, where he collected $5,673.
The players have been given a final warning about the use of headphones at the tables. Of course now that we are in the money, the use of any sort of headphones or iPods is forbidden. The players have been warned and if anyone is caught again they will be issued a one round penalty.
Elton Tsang fired out a bet of around 9,000 on the flop of before Keith Wintermans popped it up to around 22,000 before Tsang declared he was all in. Wintermans made a crying call as he was drawing with for straight and flush draws against Tsang's .
The turn was the to give Wintermans even more outs but the on the river brought the flush to send a disappointed Tsang to the rail.