Add Erick Lindgren to the list of casualties who've hit the rail as of late.
We didn't catch the action, but we can confirm that Jeffrey Lisandro has been eliminated at the hands of Al "Sugar Bear" Barbieri.
Isaac Haxton led out from the big blind on a flop and the player in the cutoff made the call. On the turn, Haxton check-called his opponent’s bet. The river was checked by both players and Haxton showed for the smallest of two pairs. The cutoff mucked and Haxton was up to around 20,000 after the hand.
After four betting preflop Barry Greenstein and his opponent got to see a flop of . Greenstein then bet out after his opponent checked to him and was called. Both players got to witness the come down on the turn.
Both players then checked the river, where Greenstein mucked after seeing his opponent's .
After a series of bets Chad Brown was left with 500 in chips on a flop of . When the action was on him he quickly threw out his 500 chip into the middle and was called by the big blind.
The turn river came giving Brown the miracle runner runner straight to stay alive in this tournament,
In a battle of the blinds, Phil Laak bet on a board and Chris Tryba made the call. The action was the same when the hit the river and Laak mucked his hand without showing. Tryba turned over and his hand was good to win the pot.
Recently crippled Ylon moved all his chips into the middle preflop with only to be called by the small blind with . The board came out eliminating Schwartz.
We got to the table in time to see Mori Eskandani all in preflop for his last 900 against two opponents. When the flop came down , one of the live players bet and forced the other out, leaving Eskandani heads up for his tournament life.
Eskandani was ahead and looking to pair his five or seven. The dealer burned and turned the , which was no help. It was down to the river for the famous TV producer. Unfortunately for him, the river was not made for TV as the unexciting peeled off. Eskandani has been eliminated from the tournament.
We caught up with the action three handed on a board. It was checked to Isaac Haxton in the cutoff who bet. The small blind came in with a check-raise and Ylon Schwartz made the call from the big blind while Haxton folded. On the river, the small blind led out. After some deliberation, Schwartz raised and the small blind instantly three-bet. Schwartz took some time before he made what looked like a painful call. The small blind turned over for the nut flush as Schwartz mucked his hand.
Jeff Lisandro raised from middle position only to have the player on the button two-bet. Lisandro was the only one to make the call, which was folllowed by a flop. Lisandro check-called a bet, leading to the turn, which both players checked.
When the hit the turn, Lisandro led out and his opponent made the call, only to muck when Lisandro rolled over .