The players are now on a 20-minute break.
Kurt Jewell opened and called a shove from Raj Pooni in the small blind.
The board ran out with both players hitting sets and Pooni wishing he hadn’t seen that river card.
Kurt Jewell opened and Guillauma Marechal three bet to 95,000. Chris Ebbe then four-bet to 175,000 and Jewell folded. Marechal moved in and Ebbe sighed and called it off.
Ebbe had run in to the of Marechal.
The flop saw Ebbe say, “Hold.” as he hit his set. The turn was fine but the river saw a clap of hands and an exuberant, “Yes.” from Marechal.
The other players called it an online hand and Ebbe was out.
Gavin O'Rourke three bet preflop and was called by Brandon Hall. The two players saw a flop of and Hall check-called a bet from O'Rourke.
The turn brought the and Hall called an all-in bet from O'Rourke.
The board completed with the on the river and O'Rourke was eliminated.
Javier Swett moved all in first to act and got folds around to the small blind Chris Ebbe who made the call.
Swett turned over the , while Ebbe showed .
It was Swett who was at risk and he stood up as the flop shot Ebbe way out front with no sign of a sweat. The turn and river sealed the deal, and Swett hit the rail.
Steve Sung opened and Erwann Pecheux moved all in. It got to Cherish Andrews in the big blind and she moved all in over the top. Sung let his hand go and the cards were on their backs.
Pecheux showed the but Andrews had the .
Pecheux was looking for some help from the dealer but the cards ran out .
Andrews added another pile of chips to her stack and sent Pecheux to the payout desk.
Jamie Armstrong's bustout came following back-to-back hands with Zach Gruneberg. In the first hand, Armstrong moved all in with and Gruneberg called with . The board ran out and Armstrong doubled up.
The very next hand, Armstrong again moved all in preflop and Gruneberg made the call.
Both players hit a piece of the flop, but Gruneberg's was best and after the turn and river — , then — Armstrong hit the rail.