Corey Emery raised to 75,000 and Roland Reparejo called to see the flop. Both players checked and Emery then bet 75,000 on the turn. Reparejo called again and then moved all in after the river. Emery had invested 225,000 chips and asked for an exact count of the all-in bet. Once it was determined to be 517,000 more, he called:
It was top pair on the turn for Emery versus a set on the river for Reparejo. Straight after the level was done and the chips were bagged. Players will have to come back tomorrow at 2 p.m. Vegas time to continue their battle and find a winner.