The action started with the button who raised to 4,000. Joao Simao, in the big blind, thought about his move for a minute and three-bet to 14,000, called by the button.
The flop appeared and Simao check-called for 11,000. The turn brought no betting action.
A completed the board and Simao tanked before tossing a pile of chips in the middle for around 26,000. His opponent announced all-in and it was snap-called by Simao for a total stack of 43,300.
Simao flipped over for a flopped straight and his opponent showed with a smile before mucking his cards.
A total of 3,991 entries made on to the field of the $1,000 Double Stack No-Limit Hold'em. That player pool put the final prize pool at $3,551,990.
The eventual winner of the tournament will take home $446,983.00 first-place prize.
Sam Grafton opened to 3,200 and only the player in the cutoff called. Both checked all the way on through a board .
Grafton showed and his opponent mucked, only revealing a .
The flop showed in a raised pot when when Jason James bet from the small blind and got called by the player next to him.
The turn fell a and was both checked to see the on the river. This time James bet 5,000 and his opponent folded.
A short-stacked player shoved all-in pre-flop from early position and Yuan Ting called from behind covering her.
The board ran out and Ting knocked his opponent out of the tournament with a pair of aces.
The action was picked up on the turn with the pot already over 20,000 in chips and a three-way pot.
The board was and the action was on the big blind with two well-known players behind.
The big blind checked to Upeshka De Silva and he bet 18,500. Kelly Minkin behind him tanked briefly before she folded.
The big blind then also folded and De Silva scooped the pot. The three-time bracelet winner now has well over 100k in chips.
The board was already dealt with a pot containing more than 42,000. Martin Jacobson, in the big blind seat, tanked for some time before shoving for a stack worth 56,000. His opponent seated next to him didn't take long to muck his cards and Jacobson picked up the pot.
The winner of the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event, who late registered this event, now has a stack approaching 100,000.
Uri Reichenstein opened to 3,200 in early position and it folded to the big blind who called.
The flop fell and Reichenstein's opponent check-called for 2,500. The turn brought the same action, this time for a bet worth 8,500.
The river showed a and after a last check, Reichenstein tanked for a minute before firing a bet worth 21,500. His opponent ended up calling but instantly mucked when Reichenstein flipped over for the flush.