Phil Gordon limped in from the small blind, and David Baker raised from the big. Gordon called, and the two men took a suited flop of . Gordon check-called a bet, and he check-raised on the turn. Baker called, and he led out with a final bet on the river. Gordon made the last call, and Baker tabled for the flush.
It was good; Gordon mucked, and the pot goes to Baker.
Matt Glantz was all in with his short stack and against Alexander Queen's before the flop. The dealer refused to give Glantz any help, running out a board of . No chop, no pot, and now no chips for Glantz; his day is down.
J.C. Tran raised from late position, and Justin Bonomo called out of the big blind, heads up to the flop.
It came , and Bonomo checked. When Tran bet, he check-raised, and Tran called the extra bet.
Fourth street was the and fifth street the , and Tran called bets from Bonomo on both streets. We never got to see his cards; Bonomo tabled for the winning diamond flush, moving his way back up to 50,000.
The action folded round to Christopher Vitch in the small blind and he raised it up to 2,400 with Erick Lindgren making the call.
Vitch fired out 1,200 on the flop and Lindgren made the call before both players checked the on the turn.
The river landed the and Vitch checked to Lindgren, only to see him fire out 2,400.
Vitch took his time shuffling chips in one hand while holding his cards tightly in the other. He grabbed the necessary chips to make the call and tossed them into the pot, only to be shown Lindgren's .
"I couldn't beat either of your cards" stated Vitch as he mucked and slipped to 109,000 while Lindgren climbs to 17,000 in chips.