The final seven have redrawn to one table, and there is 20 minutes remaining in the level.
|3||Erik Seidel||United States||235,000|
|5||Sean Winter||United States||1,500,000|
|7||Chino Rheem||United States||390,000|
|David 'Chino' Rheem||390,000||15,000|
Jorryt van Hoof limped the button and Mike Watson completed from the small blind. From the big blind, Sean Winter raised to 80,000 from the big blind.
Van Hoof reraised pot to 260,000, and after Watson folded, Winter called.
The flop landed and Winter bet out and van Hoof called all in for 90,000.
The turn and river landed the and , and Winter completed his straight and eliminated van Hoof on the Event #2 money bubble.
|Jorryt van Hoof||Busted||-320,000|
Najeem Ajez raised to 60,000 from the small blind. Andras Nemeth called from the big blind.
The flop came and Ajez bet enough to put Nemeth all in. Nemeth called with 80,000 behind.
The board ran out the then to see Nemeth spike a six on the river giving him the winning hand with trip sixes.
Erik Seidel was all in from the big blind for 115,000 holding against Andras Nemeth on the button with .
The board ran out and Seidel secured a double.
10,000 / 20,000
Big Blind Ante
Andras Nemeth limped the button, and both Joni Jouhkimainen and Erik Seidel came along from the blinds.
The flop landed and Nemeth bet 15,000 with only Jouhkimainen calling.
The checked through on the turn, and when the river landed the , Jouhkimainen bet out 40,000.
Nemeth used his last two time extensions and then called.
Jouhkimainen tabled his for a flush, and Nemeth mucked.
Najeem Ajez raised to 45,000 from the small blind and Andras Nemeth called in the big blind.
The flop landed and Ajez bet 40,000 and Nemeth called.
The checked through on the turn to reveal the on the river.
Ajez checked, Nemeth bet 85,000, and Ajez folded.
With eight players remaining and only seven in-the-money, the tournament is now playing hand-for-hand.
Once just seven players remain, they will redraw to one table and continue to play until six players remain.
Sam Burkett raised to 45,000 from the small blind. Joni Jouhkimainen potted to 135,000. Burkett moved all in over the top. Jouhkimainen called with an additional 9,000 behind.
The board ran out and Jouhkimainen doubled with his pair of kings.
Burkett was left with 95,000 following the hand and was eliminated several hands later.
Najeem Ajez raised to 30,000 from the button and was called by Andras Nemeth in the small blind.
The flop came and Nemeth checked. Ajez continued for 42,000. Nemeth called.
The turn brought the and Nemeth check-called another bet totalling 80,000.
Both players then opted to check after the completed the board.
“Two pair,” Ajez announced.
“Which ones?” Nemeth questioned.
Ajez didn’t like hearing that before tabling for nines and sixes.
Nemeth looked down at his cards in disappointment before mucking his hand.
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