Dmitry Yurasov moved all in for 330,000 from middle position and Eric Wasserson asked for a count before calling on the buton.
Yurasov was at risk with , far behind the of Wasserson.
The flop came and it was looking grim for Yurasov. The turn, however, was the and Wasserson uncomfortably shifted in his chair as Yurasov took the lead with a pair of sixes. The river was the and Yurasov survived to see another hand.
Albert Daher completed in the small blind and Tommy Chen checked his option. The flop came and both players checked. On the turn, Daher bet out 45,000 and Chen called. The river was the and Daher bet 150,000. Chen cut out some chips, looked at Daher, and, after about a minute, he called.
Daher showed for a pair of eights with an ace kicker to take down the pot.
Grayson Ramage opened to 70,000 on the button and Artem Metalidi went all in for 430,000 in the small blind. Kristen Bicknell re-shoved in the big blind and Ramage got out of the way.
Bicknell had Metalidi dominated, but the flop came , giving Metalidi a pair of fours to take the lead. The turn paired the board and the river changed nothing. Metalidi doubled up with two pairs, fives and fours.
Tommy Chen limped in from under the gun and William Stevenson raised to 100,000 from the cutoff. Action folded back around to Chen and he moved all in. Stevenson tanked for a while and eventually called.
Stevenson was at risk with while Chen held for a flip.
The board ran out and Stevenson was unable to improve, sending him to the rail in 14th place. Chen put up a mini fist pump before raking in the pot.
Kristen Bicknell raised to 70,000 on the button and Eric Wasserson made it 205,000 in the small blind. Dmitry Yurasov went all in from the big blind with both players covered. Bicknell folded and Wasserson called.
The board ran out , giving Yurasov top pair with the gut-shot straight draw and backdoor flush draw, but a set of tens for Wasserson. The turn gave Wasserson flush outs, and the river was the . Wasserson's set was good and he doubled through.