Shiva Dudani raised to 35,000 in the cutoff and called a three-bet to 75,000 by Chris Sandrock on the button. The flop brought and Dudani checked, Sandrock bet 125,000 and that won the pot.
One hand later, Sandrock raised and called a three-bet by Leonid Yanovski in the big blind.
"Good luck to you," Sandrock said with a big smile on the face.
On a flop of , Yanovski bet the pot for 255,000 and Sandrock tapped the table in defeat before conceding the pot.
Fabian Brandes raised in middle position to see Nathan Zimnik and Anderson Ireland call. All three players checked the flop before Ireland led out for 70,000 on the turn. Brandes quickly moved all in, and Ireland called.
Brandes turned over his set of kings, but it was second best to Ireland's straight. The on the river changed nothing, and Brandes was eliminated in 26th place.
Arthur Morris had crossed the two million chip mark recently, but a massive pot has dented his stack significantly.
With the board reading , Ashly Butler moved all-in for 370,000 and got a call from Morris who got some bad news.
Morris' aces had run into top set, and the on the river brought him no help as he shipped a huge pot to Butler.
Chris Sandrock had been the initial raiser from under the gun and Kyle Montgomery was the only one to stick around out of the small blind until the river. With around 350,000 in the middle, Montgomery opted to check and Sandrock bet 200,000.
A reluctant call by Montgomery followed and Sandrock rolled over the for a full house, fours full of aces. Montgomery briefly stared at the board and then noticed the full house to say "sorry, it looked like a bluff".
In a battle big blind against button, Tommy Le and Ashly Butler invested 95,000 each on the flop and that led them to the turn.
"How much you got there?" Le inquired and Butler replied "I have 390k behind." Both players opted to check and Le then bet the river for 55,000. Butler quickly called and announced a straight, to which Le replied "me too" without exposing his cards.
Butler tabled his and that won the pot, as Le sent his cards into the muck.
A four-way pot between Leonid Zanovski, Jordan Spurlin, Dylan Linde, and Chris Sandrock, saw action checked through until the river on a board of .
Zanovski was first to act and checked. Spurlin bet 50,000, which got folds from Sandrock and Linde. However, Zanovski responded with a check-raise to 225,000, which after a brief deliberation, got a fold from Spurlin.
On a three-way flop of , Nader Younes bet 105,000 and was called by Jonathan Witz. Eli Elezra then raised the pot for 525,000 total and that left him with 35,000 behind. Younes was sent into the tank and he then folded, Witz tapped the table and also released his cards into the muck.
After his incredible runout to accumulate his massive stack, Daniel Zack had to give some of it back versus the all-in preflop of Fabian Brandes.
While Zack's suits were live, only his was live to make a pair.
The board brought , and while the turn card brought Zack a world of outs, the river secured a double-up for Brandes.
In a battle small blind versus cutoff, Robert Campbell three-bet the pot with 100,000 behind and was called by Tommy Le. The flop fell and Campbell took some consideration before moving all-in before Le snap-called.
The turn filled up Le and the river failed to keep Campbell in contention, sending the 2019 WSOP Player of the Year to the rail in 27th place.