Hand #11: Ihar Soika raised to 850,000 from under the gun, Stanley Lee moved all in on the button, and Soika mucked.
Hand #12: Richard Ma was all in for 5,200,000 from early position and was called by Soika in the blinds. Both players held the same hand, with Ma having and Soika tabling . The board ran out and the two players chopped it up.
Hand #13: Lee raised to 825,000 from the hijack, Brian Yoon three-bet to 3,100,000 from the big blind, and Lee mucked.
Hand #6: Thomas Ryan raised to 850,000 from middle position and everyone folded.
Hand #7: Will Failla raised to 1,000,000 from middle position and Richard Ma moved all in from the big blind for 3,600,000. Failla folded.
Hand #8: Ryan Mcknight received a walk.
Hand #9: Yuliyan Kolev raised to 850,000 on the button and Stanley Lee shipped all in for 7,800,000 from the big blind. Kolev mucked his cards.
Hand #10: Brian Yoon raised to 850,000 from middle position and Thomas Ryan called from the big blind. The flop came and Ryan check-called a bet of 800,000 from Yoon. The turn was the and both players checked.
When the came on the river, Ryan bet 1,500,000 and Yoon instantly called. Ryan tossed his cards to the muck and Yoon took down the pot without having to show his cards.
Salvatore DiCarlo raised to 850,000 from under the gun and Ihar Soika three-bet to 2,275,000 from middle position. The action was folded back to DiCarlo who shipped all in for 8,500,000. Soika called and the cards went face up.
The board ran out and Soika hit a king on the river to eliminate DiCarlo in 10th place. Soika now has a massive chip lead over the rest of the field.
Stoyan Obreshkov raised to 625,000 from the hijack and Brian Yoon three-bet to 1,600,000 from the cutoff. After about a minute, Obreshkov moved all in for 7,050,000. Yoon asked for a count and paused before deciding to call.
Obreshkov was at risk and well ahead with while Yoon held a dominated .
The flop came and Yoon pulled ahead with a pair of jacks. Obreshkov could still hit a king for a bigger pair or a ten for a straight, but the turn was the and the river was the . Yoon filled up and Obreshkov, who was the chip leader coming into the day, is now on the rail.