Informações do Nível
|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Players went on a break with two minutes left to play in the level. They will add it to the next two-hour stretch as they move to the stage in the Brazilia room. Further action will be streamed online on Twitch with hole cards up and a security delay. PokerNews will continue providing live updates until the champion is crowned.
Matt Glantz opened and Chris Kruk called in the big blind. Kruk drew two and Glantz opted for one. Kruk check-raised all in for 32,000 and Glantz put in the rest.
Both players stood pat and Kruk was forced to break and draw one.
It wouldn't matter, though, as Glantz had Kruk drawing dead with a wheel. Kruk even made his hand, drawing to a and pulled a , but Glantz's sent Kruk to the rail in eighth place.
Christopher Kruk raised to Hanh Tran's big blind, saying, "Let's just flip for it."
Tran three-bet and Kruk just called. Tran's remaining 3,000 went in after the first draw where he took two and Kruk three. Tran was pat on the following draws and Kruk changed three again before discarding one on the last draw.
Tran revealed and Kruk couldn't beat it as he peeled a king on the river. Both Tran and Kruk are now short-stacked as they lost a few chips on the following hands.
Nicholas Seiken opened and Hanh Tan defended his big blind. Tran drew two and Seiken swapped one. Tran check-called a bet on the second draw and bot players drew one.
Tran led with a bet and Seiken called. Tran drew one and Seiken stood pat. Two checks saw Seiken take it down with an .
Chris Kruk raised and Hanh Tran called. They both drew two and Kruk fired, earning one more call. Tran remained, drawing two, and Kruk discarded one. Tran check-called one more bet and peeled one. Kruk patted and ended the hand with a river bet as Tran couldn't peel any showdown-worthy card.
Nicholas Seiken three-bet out of the big blind over Chris Kruk. Kruk called and heard the bad news as Seiken patted right off the bat. Kruk discarded three, called a bet, then discarded two and called one more bet. He changed one on the river and the showdown was free.
Seiken showed and Kruk mucked his hand.
Matt Glantz opened, Nicholas Seiken called out of the small blind, and Chris Kruk defended his big blind. All three players drew two and Seiken's lead was called by both opponents.
Seiken stood pat while Kruk swapped one and Glantz remained drawing two.
Seiken's bet was called by both players again and Seiken stood pat. Kruk and Glantz both drew one and all three players checked.
Seiken opened an and both opponents mucked.
Nicholas Seiken raised the button, earning calls from Chris Kruk and Matt Glantz from blinds. Kruk took three and the others took two. Seiken bet in position but everybody went to the second draw where Kruk drew three again while Glantz and Seiken discarded one each.
Glantz bet and only Seiken called. They both stood pat and Glantz fired on the final round. Seiken paused for a moment but eventually gave up.
Chris Kruk opened and called a raise to three bets from Matt Glantz. Kruk drew two and checked while Glantz took one. Glantz bet and Kruk made the call. Both players drew one and Kruk check-called once more.
On the last draw, Kruk drew one and Glantz was pat. Kruk open-folded and Glantz collected the pot.