|Blinds||80,000 / 160,000|
Nicholas "Got_The_Glow" Brancato raised to 32,000 from the button only to have Blake "CheeetahGirl" Bohn three-bet to 123,023 from the big blind. Brancato called and the flop came down .
Bohn bet 97,023, Brancato raised all in, and Bohn called off for 515,925 to create a 1,298,696 pot.
Nicholas "Got_The_Glow" Brancato:
Blake "CheeetahGirl" Bohn:
Bohn was on the good end of the cooler and he was awarded the massive seven-figure pot after the turn gave him an unbeatable set. The meaningless was run out on the river and Brancato was left with crumbs.
Kou "mn_finest" Vang opened under the gun for for 32,325 and Clayton "nevarlucky" Maguire three-bet all in for 137,673 from the hijack.
Action on the tabled folded back around to Vang who called and both players revealed their hands.
Kou "mn_finest" Vang:
Clayton "nevarlucky" Maguire:
The flop came giving Vang hopes to a backdoor flush draw and the turn gave Maguire a sweat but the completed the board on the river securing Maguire's double-up.
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Ryan "protential" Laplante moved all in for 153,702 from early position and Loren "BabyJesus" Klein called from the button. Both blinds folded and the hands were turned up.
Loren "BabyJesus" Klein:
Ryan "protential" Laplante:
The flop paired Laplante but he needed more help to stay alive. The turn didn't do it and neither did the river. With that, Laplante was eliminated in 29th place for $8,293.12.
Yong Keun "LUCKYSPEWY1" Kwon open-jammed for 195,450 from middle position and Alexander "ShadowFiend1" Condon gave him isolation after he came over the top for 247,968 from the button
Yong Keun "LUCKYSPEWY1" Kwon:
Alexander "ShadowFiend1" Condon:
It was a race with Condon ahead with his made hand and nothing changed after the flop.
The turn however, paired Kwon's ace and the river secured his double-up leaving Condon with just 52,518.
Alexander "ShadowFiend1" Condon open-jammed for 50,118 from the hijack and received isolation from Ryan "sychosid" Hohner who three-bet to 88,236 from the cutoff.
Ryan "sychosid" Hohner:
Alexander "ShadowFiend1" Condon:
Condon found himself in a very similar situation especially after connecting with the flop.
Unfortunately for Condon, the appeared on the turn giving Hohner broadway and the river eliminated Condon from the tournament.
"kgriffi45" raised to 137,996 from the hijack and Dave "Dunningkrugr" Alfa called from the button. Joe "MelonHead" Bartholdi came along from the big blind and it was three-way action to the flop.
Bartholdi checked, "kgriffi45" moved all in for 137,996, and Alfa called. Bartholdi got out of the way and the hands were revealed.
Dave "Dunningkrugr" Alfa:
"kgriffi45" had flopped a pair of nines but was still behind the two red kings of Alfa. The turn was no help to "kgriffi45" while the river improved Alfa to top set.
"kgriffi45" hit the rail in 31st for $8,293.12.