David Williams lost the majority of his stack to Ismael Bojang when Bojang would hit a full house with on a board. Down to his last 65,000, Williams raised and Bojang reraised. Zack Milchman called and we were three handed to the flop.
The dealer fanned a flop of and Bojang check-called Milchman's bet. The turn was the and the two players would exchange raises until Milchman was all in and at risk. All three players turned over their cards:
Williams needed a king or an 8 to stay alive. Bojang had the nut low and not much else while Milchman had the nut low and trip deuces.
The river was the and Milchman would take three-fourth's of the pot, Bojang one-fourth, and Williams would be eliminated in sixth place. The rest of the table congratulated him and Williams was gracious as he left to see if he could sign up for the Ten Game Mix tournament.
Jordan Morgan raised in early position, leaving himself with one chip, Matt Glantz made it three bets, going all in from the cutoff, and Phillip Hui called out of the small blind.
The flop came , giving Hui trip sixes and the nut low draw, but Morgan had a straight draw and Glantz the same low draw. The on the turn have Glantz a few extra outs to scoop because he had a four, but the on the river was a big red brick.
Morgan and Glantz were both eliminated, and Glantz will officially finish in seventh place because he began the hand with more chips.
Hui, who is shocked that he came back from break and eliminated three players, chipped up to 930,000 chips.
A short-stacked Joe Mitchell raised all in for his last 60,000 and Phillip Hui re-raised to isolate Mitchell. Every one folded and Hui took back his 40,000 chip raise and the cards were turned over:
The flop was and Hui took the lead with a pair of fives. The turn was the and Hui still held the lead. The river was the and that would be the end of Mitchell's tournament as he was eliminated in ninth place. Hui would go on to win a good sized pot off of Ismael Bojang the very next hand to move his stack to 625,000 - an impressive feat considering he was below 25,000 just a few hours ago.