Jason Koon bet 25,000 in position on a board of , and his opponent in the big blind raised to 81,000. Koon made the call, and the completed the board. The big blind announced all in, and Koon snap-called. The big blind showed for top pair, but Koon had him obliterated after the flop with .
David Miscikowski came in for a raise to 18,000 under the gun, and Jeremy Wien three-bet to 52,000 from middle position. Action folded back around to Miscikowski, who shipped it for 177,000 total. Wien made the call and saw bad news:
"Let me get lucky one time," Wien said.
It wasn't to be, as he found no help on the board.
A player opened for a raise to 16,000, and Blake Bohn three-bet to 41,000 in the cutoff. In the small blind, Melanie Weisner put 151,000 in, and the original raiser folded. Bohn gave up his hand after a bit, causing Weisner to let out a laugh.
"I did not mean to bet that," she said. "I meant to make it 91,000, not 141,000. Were you folding to 91,000?"
"I was probably shoving on 91,000," Bohn said. "With 151,000, you couldn't fold to my stack."
Anthony "holdplz" Spinella checked a flop, and Manig Loeser bet 20,000. A third player folded, and Spinella pushed all in. Loeser quickly called.
Spinella was behind the two pair of Loeser, but he picked up some extra outs when the turn gave him a straight draw. It was Loeser who improved on the river though, and he gobbled up the double with his full house.
Melanie Weisner is up to 600,000 chips after winning a huge pot from Josh Arieh.
Arieh opened to 14,000 from the button and Weisner defended her big blind with a three-bet to 38,000. Arieh put in the extra chips to call and the dealer spread the flop. Weisner led for 30,000 and Arieh called. The landed on the turn and Weisner checked. Arieh set the price to continue at 63,000 and Weisner went deep into the tank for almost two minutes before emerging with an all-in bet worth 246,000 in total.
"Damn! I've such a big hand," said Arieh before adding, "OK, I call."
Arieh flipped over for a set of fours, but was crushed by Weisner's that had improved to top set. The river was the and Weisner doubled up.