Sandeep Vasudevan raised it up from under the gun and Timothy Frazin put in a three-bet from the small blind. Vasudevan called and the flop came . Frazin led out and Vasudevan called to see the on the turn.
Both players checked and the landed on the river. Frazin led out again and Vasudevan quickly made the call. Frazin rolled over for a bike and Vasudevan was forced to send his cards to the muck.
Frazin continued to stack chips after going on a recent heater and has now climbed to over 1,000,000. On the other table, Bradley Smith's run of good fortune has also continued as he holds the current chip lead with around 1,100,000.
JW Smith raised Jonathan Breneman all in on sixth and Breneman made the call. Players tabled their cards, Smith showing for three kings and Breneman tabled for two pair. Smith took down the pot and eliminated Breneman in the process.
John Holley got all in on fifth street and Matt Woodward called. Players then revealed their hands, Holley showing for a pair of eights and Woodward showed for two pair and enough to take down the pot.
Michael Berger found himself all in for around 50,000 on third street with a pair of fives but was up against the pair of aces of Timothy Frazin. Berger was unable to improve on his pair of fives while Frazin made trip aces to score a third knockout in a row.
Timothy Frazin bet on third and Jose Arenstein raised. Frazin called and then bet on fourth. Arenstein called fourth and then bet until seventh street. Players checked on seventh revealed their cards. Frazin tabled for queens up and Arenstein showed for a lower two pair. Frazin scooped in the pot and Arenstein was left with just 1,000 in chips.
Arenstein was eliminated just two hands later and headed to the payout desk.