Steinberg recently got involved in a big hand against Shannon Shorr that resulted in the Iowan getting a double. It began when Steinberg opened for 8,000 and Shorr three-bet to 20,000 from the button. Steinberg responded by moving all in for 112,000, and after a few moments of deliberation, Shorr made the call.
It was a flip, but Steinberg needed to improve to stay alive. That's exactly what he did when the flop delivered him an ace. Neither the turn nor river was the eight Shorr was looking for and Steinberg doubled through.
Meanwhile, both Andre Akkari and Tom Marchese have been eliminated from the tournament.
Shannon Shorr raised to 5,300 in early position, and Michael Lipman and Artem Litvinov called out of the blinds. The flop fell , both blinds checked, and Shorr continued for 8,300. Lipman moved all in for 21,000, Litvinov folded, and Shorr called.
Lipman's hand held up as the turn and river came , respectively, and he doubled to 64,000 chips.
A short-stacked Ben Tollerene, who plays the highest stakes online under the name "Bttech86", got his last 28,000 all in preflop holding the and was up against the of John Krpan. The board ran out and that was all she wrote for Tollerene.
While he may be gone from this tournament, you can still learn more about Tollerene in this rare interview with PokerNews: