The action folded to Dan Smith on the button and he shoved for 155,000 with . From one seat over, Kevin MacPhee reshoved with slightly more chips and the . The board gave MacPhee trips and that sent Smith to the rail for a min-cash.
Jason Mercier moved all in for 20,000 from under the gun and the action folded around to Bryn Kenney in the big blind, who called blind and showed the . Mercier was ahead preflop with the , but Kenney made a full house on the board .
One more hand was to be played before the players headed into the break and Diogo Cardoso lost his tiny stack of just 1,000. On the other table, Bryn Kenney and [Removed:17] battled once more and again Yan emerged victorious. He check-raised the river of a board from 63,000 to 210,000 in order to enforce a fold from Kenney.
Brian Roberts moved all in for his last 6,000 chips from early position and Sean Winter in the small blind as well as Roberto Romanello in the big blind stayed in the hand. On the flop , Romanello bet 20,000 to isolate and they waited for the other hands to finish before proceeding with the showdown.
The turn gave Roberts four more outs, but the river was a blank to let the bubble burst eventually after what appears to have been two hours in total.
Mikita Badziakouski raised to 19,000 and Ezequiel Kleinman called in the big blind to check the flop . Badziakouski continied for 18,000 and was called before Kleinman also checked the turn. Badziakouski fired 35,000 and was called, the then completed the board.
Both players checked and Kleinman showed , Badziakouski won the pot with the .
One hand later, Vladimir Troyanovskiy raised to 18,000 and Kleinman three-bet to 62,000 in the small blind. Troyanovskiy called and they checked down the flop and the turn. On the river, Kleinman bet 100,000 and Troyanovskiy folded.
Leslie Packer had chipped up slowly but surely on the bubble, but all that profit just vanished. He raised from early position and Mikita Badziakouski just called from one seat over. On the flop both players checked. On the turn, Packer check-called a bet worth 35,000 and then checked again the river.
Badziakouski now bet 60,000 and Packer called after long consideration, then mucked when he was shown the by Badziakouski.
More chips could have gone into the middle of the table if it wasn't for the ace on the turn of a board, however the split pot was more or less guaranteed. Igor Yaroshevskyy with the and Leslie Packer with chopped the pot and the bubble continues.