|Blinds||100,000 / 200,000|
Sharon Barth moved all in for 500,000 from middle position and was followed by Ryan Olisar who moved all in for 375,000 from the hijack. The rest of the table folded before the cards were exposed.
The board ran out to see Olisar double up with his overpair.
Rifat Palevic was in middle position and raised to 130,000. George Dolofan defended his big blind.
The flop was and both players checked to the turn which was the .
Dolofan led for 120,000 and Palevic called.
The river was the and Dolofan bet 220,000. Palevic called and Dolofan tabled for two pair. Palevic folded his cards.
Rifat Palevic raised to 120,000, Ryan Olisar moved all in for over 700,000 more, and Dean Blatt moved all in from the small blind for his last 315,000. Palevic folded and Blatt was heads up and at risk against Olisar.
The board ran out and the aces hold to double up Blatt.
Ryan Olisar raised to 200,000 from middle position before the action fell on Robert Heidorn in the cutoff. He thought for a minute before announcing all in for 1.2 million. The decision fell back on Olisar, who mucked his hand.
George Dolofan raised all in for 635,000 from the cutoff and Caufman Tallley called all in for about 450,000 from the button.
The board came down , giving Dolofan queens and threes to score the elimination.
Joel Fuji was crippled and eliminated in two back-to-back hands.
Hand #1 -
Joel Fuji went all in for 295,000 and Joe Montervino called with 285,000 from the big blind.
The board ran out and Fuji was left with only 10,000 in chips.
Hand #2 -
Joel Fuji put one 5,000 chip into the ante and the last 5,000 chip was all in shortly after. Dean Blatt moved all in and the players went heads up.
With five-high Fuji was ahead but the board ran out and Fuji fell behind to be eliminated in 12th place.
RIck Hollman raised all in for 220,000 from middle position, and Ihar Soika called from the big blind with , trailing Hollman's .
The board came down , giving Hollman the double.
Two hands later, Robert Heidorn raised from middle position, and Soika called all in for about 80,000 from the big blind.
The board came down , ending Hoika's tournament in 13th place.