The action was discovered as Gorodinsky pushed his last remaining chips in after the flop came out, and Leng quickly called. Leng was looking for a club to complete his flush versus Gorodinsky's made pair of queens, but he spiked an ace on the river instead, eliminating Gorodinsky from the tournament.
It was Dubin all-in pre flop and at risk. Robert Mizrachi defended from his big blind. The dealer ran out the cards and it was Mizrachi's trip tens that took down the pot and eliminated Dubin in the process.
Steve Zolotow bet fifth and sixth street against Allan Le and they then checked seventh. Zolotow rolled over the for a pair of aces and a low, which earned the entire pot as Le sent his cards into the muck.
Robert Mizrachi had just arrived at the table not long ago and was involved in a three-way hand on which he bet prior to the second draw. He took one card, while his opponents drew two and one. Mizrachi bet again to earn two calls and then patted, while his two opponents took one each.
They checked after the final draw and Mizrachi tabled the as the winning hand to chip up. "Welcome to the table," another player remarked.
A total of 484 entries created a prize pool of $646,140 and the top 73 finishers will earn at least $2,415 for their efforts. The seven-handed final table will guarantee a payday of at least $14,140 and the gold bracelet as well as a top prize worth $137,969 is reserved for the eventual winner.