William Migely got his stack in against Jesse Chinni on a flop of , and Chinni had the larger of the two stacks.
Migely had the lead with his aces, but he had to dodge kings, jacks, and tens in order to double up. The fell on the turn to give Chinni a commanding lead, and the on the river gave him the pot, so Migley's deep run in this tournament came to a close.
Igor Sharaskin opened for 19,000 and got calls from the small blind and Michael Mizrachi in the big blind.
The flop was . Mizrachi potted it, which was practically all his chips, and Sharaskin went with him.
The turn was the and the river the .
Mizrachi seemd to have lost momentum in the last few levels, unable to catch cards or a hand at a critical time. After spending most of his day in a strong position, the cruelty of tournament poker was once more spelled out.