Moore raised to 120,000 and Dombrowski made the call. Dombrowski checked the flop and Moore bet 125,000. Dombrowski made the call and both players checked the turn. Both players also checked the river. Dombrowski showed the for two pair and the pot.
Dombrowski raised to 120,000 and Moore reraised to 340,000 prompting Dombrowski to fold.
Moore raised to 120,000 and Dombrowski folded.
Dombrowski completed the small blind and Moore took his option and raised to 205,000. Dombrowski folded his hand to the pressure.
From the button, Chris Dombrowski made it 120,000 to go only to have Mathew Moore three-bet to 325,000 to force a fold from Dombrowski.
Mathew Moore kicked it up with a raise to 120,000 and Chris Dombrowski made the call to see a flop fall.
Dombrowski checked and Moore tossed in 125,000 to force a swift fold from Dombrowski.
Chris Dombrowski made it 120,000 from the button and Mathew Moore made the call as the dealer spread a flop.
Moore checked and Dombrowski bet out 120,000 with Moore making the call as the rolled off on the turn. Moore tapped the table once again before Dombrowski pushed out a 280,000-chip bet to put Moore into the tank.
After a few moments of deliberation Moore made the call before checking the on the river before Dombrowski slid out a stack of chips amounting to a 655,000-chip bet. Moore immediately called tabling his to best Dombrowski's .
Chris Dombrowski raised to 120,000 and Mathew Moore made the call. Moore checked called Dombroski's 120,000 bet on the flop. Both players checked the turn. Moore checked the river and Dombrowski bet 360,000. Moore released his hand and Dombrowski took the first pot in heads up play.
Moore raised to 120,000 and Dombrowski made the call. Dombrowski checked the flop and Moore continued for 125,000. Dombrowski folded and Moore took the pot.
Dombrowski raised to 120,000 and Moore made the call. Moore checked the flop and Dombrowski bet 120,000. Moore released his hand.
Moore raised to 120,000 and Dombrowski mucked his hand.
Dombrowski raised to 130,000 from the button. McEuen moved all in and Dombrowski called.
McEuen was behind heading the flop and that didn't help giving Dombrowski a flush draw. McEuen couldn't find any help in the turn and the river completed Dombrowski's flush eliminating McEuen in 3rd place.
With McEuen's elimination, the tournament staff is now getting ready for heads up play.