Matt Hawrilenko raised from the cutoff seat, and both Tad Jurgens (small blind) and Alexander Borteh (big blind) came along with him to the flop.
It brought and checks from the blinds, and only Jurgens called Hawrilenko's continuation bet this time. That brought the two of them heads up to the turn. Jurgens led out with a bet now, and Hawrilenko called. That action was the same on the river, and Jurgens flipped up for top pair.
Hawrilenko mucked his cards back to the dealer, dropping down to just 3,600 in the process.
Steve Chanthabouasy opened to 1,600 from the button and Chuck 'danzasmack' Danielsson made the call from the big blind.
Danielsson check-called a 800-chip bet on the flop before both he and Chanthabouasy checked down the and on the turn and river.
Chanthabouasy tabled his , but it would be Danielsson's that would take down the pot and see him climb back to 18,000 after undergoing a rough start to the day losing more than half his starting stack.
Phil Gordon raised under the gun, and Alexander Queen made it three bets from the small blind. Gordon called, and the two men took a flop of . Gordon called a Queen bet there, and another one on the turn, and the came on the river. Queen checked this time, and one bet from Phil Gordon was enough to take down the pot without showdown.
Joe Sebok and Robert Zoellner mixed it up in a preflop raising war that left Sebok all in for about 3,500 total, down from the near-10,000 he had a few moments ago. He held to Zoellner's , and off they went to see about Sebok's survival this time around.
The flop was no fun for Seebs as it came out . Sebok stood up and started packing his things as the raggy came on fourth street. The river sat him right back down, though, as the re-improved him to the winning trips and doubled him back up to 7,000.
We just saw the aforementioned "ElkY" heading out of the room with a quickness, so we figured he'd been relieved of his remaining 7,800 chips. A quick run by his table sees Hui Liu stacking up the Elk's former chips, confirmation that he has indeed been sent off to graze for the rest of the evening.