Eddie Blumenthal made it 195,000 to go from the button and his opponent, Geffrey Klein, called from the big blind to go to a flop. The dealer ran his hand across the middle of the table and spread the . Klein led right out for 250,000. Blumenthal fought back with a raise to 570,000, but that wasn't enough to scare Klein. He moved all in. Blumenthal folded and dropped back to 2.4 million in chips. Klein increased to 6.24 million.
Geffrey Klein limped the button yet again. Eddie Blumenthal checked his option and the dealer spread the flop. Blumenthal checked and Klein bet 110,000. The action ceased there as Blumenthal mucked his hand.
... because the players are now on a 25-minute break. This will be the last break of the day before we either officially call it a night or crown a champion. Safe to say that for everyone involved, they're hoping for the latter!
Eddie Blumenthal has scored a crucial pot off Geffrey Klein with only minutes to go until the final break of the night.
Klein completed from the button and Blumenthal checked his option from the big blind before check-calling Klein's bet of 75,000 on the flop of .
Blumenthal then did the same after Klein's bet of 150,000 on the turn of the and again after Klein opened for 250,000 on the river , tabling for a pair, which was good enough to scoop the pot, much to the delight of all his fans on the rail.