Jerry Wong opened to 60,000 from the cutoff and George Clyde-Smith called from the small blind. Yann Dion three-bet to 120,000 and Wong called. Clyde-Smith folded and the flop brought a trio of fours- . Dion check-called 175,000 and the turned. Dion checked again and Wong fired 300,000. Another call took us to the river.
The dealer made the fall on the river and Dion checked. Wong pushed out 650,000 and sent Dion into the tank before finally releasing his cards.
Mikal Blomlie opened to 63,000 and it folded to Joel Micka who three-bet to 155,000 from the cutoff. Action came around to a short-stacked Robert Mizrachi who flat called from the small blind. Blomlie got out of the way and the two saw .
Mizrachi wasted no time immediately shipping his last 242,000 all in. Micka shrugged and tossed out a call.
Mizrachi was ahead at the moment but needed to fade an ace, jack, or queen. He did exactly that when the fell on fourth street. His hopes of staying alive in the tournament were dashed, however, when the dropped down on the river, ensuring him a 12th place finish. Mizrachi will collect $95,000 for his efforts.
Joao Nogueira opened from the cutoff seat with a raise to 62,000. Mikal Blomlie called on the button, then Darren Elias, the 2012 WCOOP $10,300 High Roller champion, three-bet to 210,000 from the small blind. After Nogueira folded, Blomlie moved all in. Elias called and put himself at risk for 1.18 million.
Blomlie held the , and Elias had the .
On the flop, Blomlie took the lead. He held from there after the landed on the turn and the completed the board on the river. Elias finished in 13th place, and earned $80,000 for his finish.
Jonathan Roy raised to 350,000 from the hijack seat, and George Clyde-Smith called from the cutoff seat. Roy had just 13,000 behind, and put it all in on the flop with a check-call. He held the , and Clyde-Smith had the .
The turn was the to put Roy in front before the river completed the board with the . Roy doubled up, while Clyde-Smith slipped back to 1.4 million.