Players are on their final break for the day. They are scheduled to play three more levels or down to the final table, whichever comes first.
|Seat||Table||Name||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||455||Carl DiVeglia III||18,000,000||23|
After Daniel Fuhs doubled through Jordan Knackestedt a short while ago, Knackestedt was short and he got his remaining chips in with against the of Fuhs.
There was a jack in the window of a board and Knackestedt was eliminated in 19th place.
The players are now redrawing around two tables.
Carl DiVeglia three-bet shoved over Joel Gossett's raise and James Duff came over the top, moving all in. Gossett left them to race heads-up.
It was a standard flip with DiVeglia rolling over while Duff held . A nine-high board of was pleasant for DiVeglia who doubled for 7,650,000.
Ben Greenberg shoved on the button and Jordan Bamford called out of the big blind, putting in his last 7,175,000.
Bamford was a favorite and the flop looked good for him. Then the arrived to give Greenberg and open-ended straight draw.
"Oh god," Bamford said, but the was harmless and he doubled up.
Greenberg was down to one big blind and lost it right away, losing with against Gregory Kolo's who flopped a pair of eights.
Svetlozar Nestorov moved all in for 6,500,000 on the button and Alexander Lakhov moved all in himself from the small blind.
"Nice hand," said Nestorov. The board came and Nestorov doubled up.
"You too," said Lakhov as he handed over the chips to Nestorov.
Jordan Knackestedt pushed 2,025,000 from the middle position and big blind Rob Jenkins looked him up with . Knackestedt showed but the flop pulled Jenkins ahead.
The turn and river were, however, exactly what Knackestedt needed and he doubled up.
Jordan Knackestedt moved all in for just under nine million, and Daniel Fuhs called from the big blind for his last 6,625,000.
The board ran out and Knackestedt was left with just under four big blinds.
Stefan Vidojkovic was among the tournament chip leaders coming to the final three tables but a streak of bad results saw him bust in 22nd place.
Following a big pot he lost against James Duff as we reported below, Vidojkovic doubled Carl DiVeglia III for just under 4 million. DiVeglia III made Broadway with on and Vidojkovic's hand was mucked by the time we arrived.
Vidojkovic was down to crumbs and he put his last 1,175,000 in play when he was in big blind, following Mark Frimodt's under-the-gun-raise to 900,000 and Jordan Perrin's flat-call in the hijack. Both players called the change and Perrin then fired 2,000,000 on the flop, getting rid of Frimodt.
Perrin hit the bottom set but Vidojkovic still had a decent shot with an open-ender and a backdoor flush draw. The turn and river gave him trips but it wasn't enough and Vidojkovic took a picture of the board and hole cards before exiting the tournament area.