Hand #32: Dejan Divkovic raised to 80,000 and took the blinds and antes.
Hand #33: Divkovic raised to 80,000 and took the blinds and antes.
Hand #34: Mustapha Kanit raised to 80,000 and took the blinds and antes.
Hand #35: Kanit opened to 80,000 from under the gun and Ted Gillis three-bet to 275,000. The action folded back around to Mustapha and he called. The flop was the and Kanit checked. Gillis moved all in and Kanit folded.
Hand #36: Jacobo Fernandez raised to 80,000 and John Hennigan made the call. The flop was the and Fernandez checked. Hennigan bet 80,000 and Fernandez raised to 205,000. Hennigan reraised all in and Fernandez folded.
Hand #37: Hennigan raised to 80,000 and took the blinds and antes.
Hand #38: Jaime Kaplan pushed all in from the cutoff when action folded to him. Jacobo Fernandez found a hand he could call with and we had another race.
The board ran out and Fernandez made a straight to end Kaplan's run in this tournament. He was eliminated in sixth place and earned $86,609.
Hand #39: Mustapha Kanit raised to 80,000 in the cutoff and John Hennigan called to go to a flop of . Both players checked and the turn card was the . Hennigan check-called Kanit's bet of 80,000 and the dealer burned and brought out the on the river. Hennigan check-called again; this time Kanit's bet was 210,000. Hennigan showed and Kanit mucked his hand.
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Hand #40: Mustapha Kanit opened to 80,000 and Dejan Divkovic made the call from the big blind. The flop was the and Divkovic checked. Kanit bet 90,000 and Divkovic called. The turn was the and Divkovic again checked. Kanit bet 165,000 and Divkovic called.
The river was the and both players checked. Kanit tabled for two pair and Divkovic mucked.
Hand #41: Ted Gillis raised to 85,000 from under the gun and everyone folded.
Hand #42: John Hennigan raised to 80,000 and Dejan Divkovic three-bet to 175,000 and Hennigan called. The flop was the and Hennigan checked. Divkovic bet 155,000 and Hennigan called. The turn was the and Hennigan again checked. Divkovic bet 335,000 and Hennigan folded.
Hand #43: Mustapha Kanit raised to 80,000 from the button and Ted Gillis three-bet to 255,000 from the small blind. Kanit Folded.
Hand #44: Mustapha Kanit opened to 80,000 and John Hennigan called from the big blind. The flop was and Hennigan checked. Kanit bet 80,000 and Hennigan called. The turn was the and again Hennigan checked. Kanit bet 140,000 and Hennigan made the call. The river was the and both players checked.
Hand #45: Ted Gillis raised to 80,000 from the cutoff and Jacobo Fernandez called on the button. The flop came and Gillis continued for 155,000. Fernandez made the call and the dealer delivered the . Gillis checked and Fernandez pushed all in for for 435,000, which was good enough to win the pot.
Hand #46: Gillis raised to 80,000 from under the gun and Jacobo Fernandez called from the cutoff. Mustapha Kanit also called in the big blind and the flop came . Kanit checked and Gillis bet 350,000. Fernandez pushed all in and Kanit got out of the way. Gillis made the call and flipped over to Fernandez' flush draw and gutshot with . The turn was the and the river was the , completing the flush and giving Fernandez the double up.
Hand #47: John Hennigan opened to 80,000 and Dejan Divkovic made the call from the button. Mustapha Kanit pushed all in for 740,000 from the small blind and Hennigan folded. Divkovic thought for a couple minutes before eventually making the call.
The board ran out and Divkovic's kicker would play and eliminate Kanit.