Brock Wilson was all in for his last 220,000 and it was called by the small blind and Harrison Ashdown in the big blind. The flop came and the small blind check-folded after Ashdown bet 200,000.
Ashdown had hit trips and Wilson made his way to the payout desk after the turn and river completed the board.
Brett Apter raised it up from the cutoff and the big blind ripped all in for around 1,400,000. Apter quickly called and received good news when the cards were tabled.
The flop came and Apter all but sealed the deal with trip queens. The on the turn left his opponent drawing dead to the on the river.
All the chips went in the middle preflop between Hoan Nguyen and his opponent with a small stack.
Nguyen had the best hand with , versus for his opponent, and took down the pot after the board brought no surprises with .
Frankie Flowers raised it up to 250,000 and Anatolii Zyrin shipped all in for 1,440,000. Flowers asked for a count and gave it some thought before making the call.
Flowers was in a dominating position heading to the flop of . The on the turn gave Zyrin a straight and flush draw and he managed to spike the on the river to make his flush and double up.
Jerry Zehr opened and a player moved all in for a stack worth 2,600,000. It folded back to Zehr who tossed a chip in the middle for the call and the players revealed their cards.
Zehr's opponent was in desperate shape to win the hand, and busted after the board fell .
Zehr, a recently retired minister, has been playing poker for over 20 years, and is looking to make a nice deep run with a stack worth over 7 million chips.
Elad Kubi opened to 280,000 and saw a three-bet from Avi Cohen next to him for 720,000. Kubi tanked a minute and chose to call.
Both players checked throught a board and a paired the board on the river. Kubi led out for 400,000 and was quickly called by Cohen. Kubi instantly mucked his cards and Cohen just showed a .
DJ MacKinnon opened to 250,000 in early position and John Zentner put the last of his 270,000 chips in the middle from middle position. The button also shipped all in for just under 700,000 and MacKinnon called to put both players at risk.
MacKinnon had both players covered and held the best hand. The board ran out and MacKinnon held on for the double knockout.