Hand #113: From the button Tai Nguyen shoved all in for exactly 400,000. Taylor Paur reshoved all in from the small blind and Roy Weiss folded. Paur showed his and was unpleasantly surprised he wasn't in front it looked like. Instead he had a flip against Nguyen's . The board wouldn't help Paur and Nguyen doubled: | | .
Hand #104: Alex Barlow still had a straight face but inside he must have been pretty happy with the kings versus aces hand which guaranteed him a $28,000 pay jump. The next hand it was time to get his 115,000 in though.
He got a call from Taylor Paur in the small blind and Roy Weiss in the big blind. Paur and Weiss checked the hand on the flop and turn: | . The dealer put the on the table and Paur bet out 60,000. Weiss folded and Paur showed his for a rivered top pair. Barlow mucked his cards but the dealer tabled them anyway because it was an all in and a call situation. Barlow was rivered with his and had to leave the tournament.
Hand #102: Taylor Paur made it 60,000 under-the-gun and everybody folded.
Hand #103: DJ MacKinnon opened the button for 65,000 and from the small blind Taylor Paur raised it up to 140,000. As Weiss folded, MacKinnon took a glance at Barlow's short stack. That didn't prevent him from shoving all in though and unfortunately for him, he was met with a snap call.
MacKinnon showed his but was up against the only better starting hand available: . The board didn't do him any good, by the time the dealer was getting the river out there he only had one out left, and didn't hit: | | .
Tai Nguyen moved all in from under the gun with for 170,000. Alex Barlow went all in from the small blind with and that was followed by an all in from DJ MacKinnon from the big blind with . The board came giving Nguyen quads for a triple up. MacKinnon won the side pot, leaving Barlow extremely short.
Hand #98: Under-the Roy Weiss shoved all in and Tai Nguyen followed his example from the small blind. Taylor Paur folded his big blind and we had a big clash. Weiss had 440,000 and . Nguyen had Weiss covered but had to settle for .
| | on the table and Weiss doubled, leaving Nguyen behind with just 170,000 in chips.