Players are now on a 60-minute dinner break.
Lori Berumen moved all in before the first draw and found calls from Orjan Skommo and Roland Israelashvili. Berumen stood pat on the first draw while her two active opponents each pulled one. Skommo checked, Israelashvili bet, and Skommo called.
On the second draw, Skommo took one card once again while Israelashvili stood pat. Action went check-bet-ball once again and the players were off to the final draw. Skommo took one card while Israelashvili stood pat. Action went check-check and Israelashvili showed for a seven badugi. Skommo mucked and Beruman showed for the second best hand. She was eliminated from play while Israelashvili increased his stack to about 160,000.
Simultaneously, Carol Fuchs was eliminated from play on the next table over.
No-Limit 2-7 Single Draw
Mel Judah popped it up to 2,400 from the button and Michael Mixer flatted out of the big blind. Mixer stood pat at the draw and Judah picked up one new card. Mixer checked the post-draw betting round and Judah knocked the table back.
Mixer tabled for a jack-nine and that was good enough to take down the pot. Mixer picked up the chips and padded his stack to about 120,000.
On a board of , Jose-Luis Velador checked and Stuart Rutter fired out a bet. Allen Cunningham called from late position and Velador folded his cards.
The river brought the to the felt and Rutter cut out one final bet. Cunningham dropped out a call and then mucked his hand after seeing Rutter's for queens full of tens. Rutter took down the pot and now has about 87,000 in chips.
We missed the action, but Victor Ramdin was kind enough to recap it to us. He got it all in holding against Christoph Haller's for a pot of over 100,000. Unfortunately for Ramdin, Haller spiked an ace on the river to take down the pot and watch his stack soar to 108,000. Ramdin, on the other hand, is down to 24,000.
LIMIT FLOP/DRAW GAMES - 1,300 2,500 2,500-5,000
STUD GAMES 500 700 2,500 2,500-5,000
NO-LIMIT (2-7/HOLDEM) AND POT-LIMIT GAMES 300 600 1,200 -
Matthew Schultz moved all in from the button for his last 12,300 and Michael Mixer called from the big blind.
The board ran out , giving Mixer a winning pair of aces. Schultz hit the rail and Mixer is now up to about 99,000.