Players are on a 15-minute break.
Clayton Kalisek got his remaining 230,000 or so chips in preflop and was at risk against Christopher Brand.
The flop came , and the came on the turn to give Kalisek additional outs. One of those additional outs spiked the river with the to counterfeit Brand's nines.
Now, all four players at table #451 are close in chips and any of them could be the one to advance from the table.
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Heads-up play has begun at table #449 between Taylor Black and Orson Young.
At table #457 Ari Engel and Gilles Lamy are currently in heads-up play.
Ugur Secilmis had all of his 300,000 or so chips in and at risk against David Tran preflop.
The dealer spread the clean flop, and then put out the on the turn to change everything. The completed the board to send Secilmis home after getting it in with the best hand in poker.
Tran was in shock at his good fortune and happily said, "Unbelievable. I don't believe it."
Meanwhile, Mikolaitis was quiet and tried to make a quick exit before coming back to claim his min-cash.
The two-outer on the turn vaulted Tran into the lead and he is now beginning heads-up play with Dominykas Mikolaitis on table #450, where only one of them will advance to the final table.
At table #456, Mukul Pahuja opened to 20,000 from under the gun. Ap Garza defending in the big blind.
fell on the flop. Garza checked to Pahuja who continued for 15,000 and then he called.
The turn card was the . Garza checked again then Pahuja sized up and fired a bet of 55,000 to which Garza called again.
The river paired the board when it came . Garza checked for the third time and Pahuja moved all-in for 149,000.
Garza went into the tank for several minutes but ultimately folded. Pahuja tabled for the bluff.
Thomas Boivin recapped the final hand.
He held while Wayne Harmon held . There was a bet and call on each street of the board, and the river completed a flush draw. Harmon jammed the river and Boivin called to win the pot and the table.
Boivin will be in Seat 2 at the final table tomorrow and is the first of ten players to make it through.