The play has been slow since returning from dinner break, with very few chips changing hands through the first 10 minutes.
Tommy Le and Jordan Spurlin dueled to the river of a single raise pot, with Spurlin defending his big blind on a runout of . Both players checked on the river, and Spurlin turned over for a straight to take in a small pot.
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Tommy Le and Chris Sandrock had checked the flop before action on the turn. Le bet 300,000, and Sandrock raised the pot to 1,000,000. Le asked for a count of Sandrock's stack before calling, and the river completed the board. Both players checked and Sandrock revealed for two pair, but Le turned over for a better two pair and a pot to swing the chip lead.
Chris Sandrock limped in the cutoff, Jordan Spurlin limped behind on the button, Artem Maksimov called in the small blind, and Tommy Le checked his big blind.
The flop came , and all four players checked to see a turn of the .
Maksimov checked, then Le bet 400,000, which was quickly called by Sandrock. Spurlin brought the heat after that though, raising pot to two million. Maksimov folded, as did the other two players, who sent their 400,000 chips to Spurlin.