|Blinds||800,000 / 1,600,000|
The players are on a 15-minute break.
Michael Mizrachi raised to 1,200,000 from the button and Robert Cicchelli called from the big blind.
The flop came down and Cicchelli check-called 625,000 from Mizrachi. The turn was the and Cicchelli check-called 1,100,000 from Mizrachi. The river was the and both players checked.
Cicchelli tabled for trip queens with an ace, Mizrachi mucked, and Cicchelli won the pot.
Pete Arroyos completed in the small blind and Michael Mizrachi agreed to see the flop for cheap.
No bets were made when the landed but Arroyos led out the max on the turn. Mizrachi called the 1,200,000 bet and the completed the board. Arroyos checked, Mizrachi fired 2,000,000, and Arroyos called.
Mizrachi showed for a rivered wheel and Arroyos exposed before mucking the rest of his hand.
Michael Mizrachi opened with a pot-sized raise to 2,100,000, Pete Arroyos reraised the pot from the big blind, MIzrachi repotted, and Arroyos called all in for 12,025,000.
Mizrachi tabled , leading Arroyos' .
The flop came down , pairing Arroyos' five but keeping Mizrachi in the lead. The turn was the , taking away a few of Arroyos' outs. However the landed on the river to give Arroyos a set of kings to double through Mizrachi and take the chip lead.
In the small blind, Tim Andrew threw in enough chips to cover Kevin Nomberto's stack, and while he couldn't technically raise to put him at risk, Nomberto was ready to go and splashed in his 3.7 million.
Nomberto was in bad shape, trailing with against Andrew's .
"I need a straight or spades," Nomberto observed.
The flop was unentertaining, but the turn gave Nomberto a flush draw and he started cheering for another spade card.
The dealer obliged, turning up the on the river to fill Nomberto's backdoor flush draw. Nomberto survived another critical moment and play continued seven-handed.
Kevin Nomberto opened the pot to 2,100,000 from the cutoff and Michael Mizrachi called from the big blind.
The flop came down , Mizrachi bet 3,700,000, effectively, and Nomberto mulled it over briefly before he folded.
Raymon Walton open-shoved for 2,075,000 on the button and big blind Pete Arroyos eyed the chips stacked in front of Walton.
"Alright, I call," Arroyos said and they turned them up.
Walton had and Arroyos rolled over .
The dealer rolled out a board of and Arroyos rivered two pair to beat Walton's hand. Wanton bowed out in eighth place while Arroyos continued with 11.5 million in chips.
Sandeep Pulusani opened to 1,400,000 from under the gun, Tim Andrew called from the button and Kevin Nomberto called from the small blind.
They checked to the turn of a board where Nomberto bet the pot of 4,800,000. Pulusani folded, Andrew called and the river completed the board.
Both players checked and Andrew tabled for a flush. Nomberto couldn't beat it with and Andrew collected the pot to take the chip lead.