|Blinds||40,000 / 80,000|
The players will now be taking their first 15-minute break of the day.
Jared Jaffee opened to 120,000 from the button, Brandon Adams three-bet to 380,000 and Jaffee made the call. The flop came down and both players checked to the on the turn.
Adams put in a bet of 260,000, Jaffee called and the river came down the . Adams moved all in for 930,000 and Jaffee quickly made the fold.
Jake Schindler opened to 110,000 from the cutoff and Bill Klein moved all in from the small blind for 520,000. Schindler made the call, players turned over their hands and Klein would be at risk.
The flop came down and Schindler's eights were ahead. The on the turn was of no help to Klein as he would need a non-diamond out to come out. A came down on the river and Schindler's eights were good to take down the pot, eliminating Klein from the tournament.
Jared Jaffee opened to 120,000 from the cutoff, Jake Schindler called from the big blind and the flop fell . Both players checked and a came on the turn.
Schindler pushed 225,000 into the middle, Jaffee thought for a moment before making the call and the river came the . Schindler bet 450,000 and Jaffee took a moment before raising to 1,000,000. Schindler made the fold and Jaffee pulled in a large pot, taking a commanding chip lead during four-handed play.
Jason Koon was left short-stacked after a couple of lost races to Bill Klein. He found a pot right after with big slick that moved him back up to 115,000.
The very next hand Jared Jaffee moved all in from the small blind and Koon called his remaining stack from the big blind without even looking at his cards, players turned over their hands.
The flop came down and Koon would need to suck out to stay alive. A on the turn did not help as Jaffee's tens were still ahead. The on the river changed nothing as Jaffee took down the pot, eliminating Koon from the tournament.
Jason Koon opened to 535,000 from the cutoff, Bill Klein moved all in from the small blind for less and the players turned over their hands with Klein at risk.
The flop came down and Klein was still ahead with his pair of nines. The came on the turn, giving Koon some more outs to eliminate Klein on the river. A landed on the river and Klein's nines were good to take down the pot, leaving Koon with just 25,000 in his stack.