The players are now on a 15-minute break,
Marle Cordeiro opened the action in middle position to 80,000. Mikiyo Aoki called in the hijack. Cherish Andrews moved all-in in the cutoff for 420,000. It folded back around to Cordeiro who let her hand go. Aoki made the call.
The board ran out . Aoki's pocket fours held and she eliminated Andrews.
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway come to you from the 2021 World Series of Poker (WSOP)!
They talk about Phil Hellmuth making yet another run at bracelet No. 16 but once again coming up short, which may have inspired his most recent “Poker Brat” blow-up, as well as Anthony Zinno’s big win in Event #19: $10,000 Seven Card Stud Championship for $182,872 and his third gold bracelet.
They also chat about early champs bolstered by behind-the-scenes interviews w/ bracelet winners like Zinno and Bradley Jansen. Plus, they touch base on the Golden Nugget’s Grand Poker Series, including John Gardner’s $100K victory in the $600 Championship Event.
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Qing Lu opened from under the gun to 80,000. The action folded to Tiffany Lee in the big blind and she called.
The flop came . Lee checked to Lu who bet 205,000. Lee made the call.
The turn card was the . Lee checked and Lu put her all-in. Lee snap-called.
The river card was the . Lee had flopped two pair but Lu rivered a better two pair to eliminate Lee,
Thi Nguyen raised to 100,000 from under the gun and action folded around to Mikiyo Aoki for a three-bet to 300,000 on the button. Nguyen four-bet shoved for just over 1 million and Aoki called.
The board ran out and Nguyen's flopped set of jacks couldn't hold off Aoki's flush draw.
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We have reached the unofficial final table. Seat redraw and updated chip counts coming soon.
According to her tablemates, Bridgette Adkins was down to one ante in the big blind. It was a four-way limped pot and everyone checked it down to the river. Thi Nguyen had to best hand and eliminated Adkins.
Picking up action on a board reading , Crystal Marino and Qing Lu were both all in.
The turn was the and the river was the .
Lu won the pot with aces and fours to eliminate Marino in 12th place.