On the flop of
, Shane Warne fired 2,300 and Nicolas Faure raised to 5,450. Warne made the call.
The turn card was the
and Warne checked. Faure checked as well.
The river card was the
and Warne checked. Faure bet 5,500 and Warne called.
and Faure mucked his hand, dropping to 5,000. Warne is up to 55,000.
Keith Hawkins raised preflop to 1,100 before the player behind him reraised to 2,500. Shane Warne flat-called out of the big blind and Hawkins quickly called too.
flop, Warne led out for 4,800, Hawkins folded and the reraiser made it 10,000. Warne quickly called then checked the
turn, and his opponent moved all-in.
A pained Warne tanked for a couple of minutes and got a count for the 15,000 or so chips out there. Eventually he mucked and got shown aces for his trouble.
Jay "Seabeast" Kinkade moved all in for 9,000 after Manny Stavropoulos raised to 1,050. Stavropoulos made the call and held
. Kinkade held
The flop gave a little sweat as two hearts peeled off, but the turn and river blanked for Kinkade and he was sent to the rail.
Gijs Verheijen raised to 750 from the hijack seat and Shane Warne called from the cutoff seat. Keith Hawkins called on the button.
The flop came down
. Verheijen checked, Warne fired 2,300 and Hawkins called. Verheijen moved all in for 4,350 total. Warne called and then Hawkins folded.
and Verheijen held
The turn was the
and the river the
, completing a straight for Warne and boosting him to 54,000. Verheijen was eliminated on the hand.