|Blinds||500,000 / 1,000,000|
In a battle of the blinds, Jorge Rodriguez raised and called for all of his chips after Pierre Calamusa's three-bet.
Rodriguez was looking for help, but the runout of gave Calamusa the better flush. Rodriguez shook Calamusa's hand as he hit the rail in 11th place.
All the chips got in the middle between the blinds, Pedro Padilha in the small blind, and Vincent Masino in the big blind putting Masino at risk to be eliminated.
The board ran out giving Padilha the better hand with the aces and eliminating Masino.
Alexander Norden raised under the gun, Wing Yam three-bet from the small blind, and Norden made the call.
On a flop of , Norden folded to a bet of 525,000 from Yam.
On the next hand, the action folded around to Yam on the button who raised to 325,000 and only Norden defended from the big blind.
The dealer spread a flop of and Norden check-called a bet of 325,000 from Yam. The turn was the and both players checked.
On the river, Norden checked once again to Yam who decided to check back. Norden tabled for a full house and Yam mucked his hand.
After flipping and losing on the previous two hands, Kenneth Adams was left short and raised his remaining chips from the big blind. Pedro Padilha called, and Adams was at risk.
The flop of put Padilha well in front, and Adams missed on the turn and river to see his run end in 13th place.
Lawrence Brandt shoved his last 350,000 from early position and Steve Buell was the lone caller from the next seat over.
The board ran out and the ace-high held with a pair of nines to eliminate Brandt from the tournament in 14th place.
Pierre Calamusa raised to 300,000 and it folded around to the big blind Brain Fairfax who made the call.
The flop was and it was checked through. The turn was also checked through to the river.
The river was the and all the chips ended up in the middle putting Fairfax at risk to be eliminated.
Pierre Calamusa's full house eliminated Brain Fairfax in fifteenth place.
Alec Gould raised on the button to 250,000 and Jason Blons ripped all-in for 1,235,000 from the small blind. Rupesh Pattni was in the big blind and moved all-in himself and Gould quickly mucked.
Blons had run into a bigger pair and the flop was no help when it came . The turn was the though, giving Blons a set of sixes but the river was the . Pattni had rivered a bigger set and Blons was eliminated in 16th Place for $7,258.
Tom Petric moved all-in from under the gun for 50,000. The action folded around to Karolis Sereika in the cutoff who raised to 250,000 and Jason Blons called in the big blind.
Both players checked all the way down on the board. Petric tabled for ace-high, Blons showed for a pair of sevens and Sereika took down the pot when he tabled for a pair of eights. Petric was eliminated in 17th place for $7,258.