Derek Lapan raised to 1,500 from the hijack and was called by the cutoff. Gal Yifrach then squeezed to 5,000 on the button and action folded back to Lapan, who four-bet to 17,000 total. It was folded back to Yifrach, who flatted after a lengthy tank.
The flop came and Lapan bet enough to put Yifrach in for his remaining chips. Yifrach called.
The turn and river kept Lapan out in front with his kings and Yifrach was eliminated.
The three feature tables remain active and the two outer tables were swapped. Matt Berkey has boosted his stack significantly and is the chip leader at his table while Tuan Mai leads the main feature table, which also features Maria Ho.
Benjamin Mccoy told PokerNews that he eliminated Eric "Barstool Nate" Nathan in a hand where Nathan opened to 1,300 and Mccoy three-bet to 4,300. Nathan responded with a four-bet to 12,600 and Mccoy called.
Nathan bet 10,600 on the flop reading and Mccoy called. The turn brought the and Nathan moved all-in for 47,000. Mccoy thought it over before calling.
Mccoy had for a pair of kings and Nathan had a flush draw and pair of fours with . "Barstool Nate" couldn't get there and was eliminated when the peeled off on the river.
"F***. Good call," Nathan said after the hand, according to someone at the table.
On the flop, the player first to act bet 1,300 and Tristan Wade raised to 3,500. The player in position made the call and the original bettor folded.
The turn was the and Wade continued for a bet of 8,000 and his opponent called.
The hit the river and Wade quickly fired out a bet of 25,000 and his opponent wasted no time calling. Wade tabled , which was a straight on the turn and improved to a flush on the river. His opponent tabled for two pair before the dealer shipped the pot to Wade.