|Blinds||20,000 / 40,000|
Hand #72: Denis Gnidash opened to 48,000 and collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #73: Kirby Martin opened to 52,000 and he collected the blinds and antes.
The players are now taking a short break so the Tournament Director can color-up the 1,000-denomination chips.
Hand #66: Denis Gnidash raised to 48,000 under the gun, and nobody folded.
Hand #67: Chris DeMaci raised all in from the cutoff, and he found no callers.
Hand #68: Kirby Martin raised under the gun to 50,000. Everyone folded.
Hand #69: Rory Mathews raised to 55,000 from the small blind, and Martin folded his big blind.
Hand #70: Gnidash took the blinds with a raise to 48,000
Hand #71: Norbert Szecsi jammed for 251,000, and Mathews called.
We were off to the races, and the flop came . The turn came , causing Szecsi's rail to go nuts. The river ensured his double.
Hand #62: From the button Norbert Szecsi made it 48,000 only to have Denis Gnidash move all in for 419,000 from the small blind. Szecsi called and the cards were tabled.
With Gnidash in the lead, the flop gave Gnidash a commanding lead as the on the turn left Szecsi needing to spike only a queen. The river landed the and Gnidash doubled though to 880,000 as Szecsi slipped to 264,000.
Hand #63: Norbert Szecsi moved all in for 260,000 from the cutoff and collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #64: Rory Mathews opened to 50,000 from the button and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #65: Denis Gnidash opened to 48,000 and Bryce Landier made the call from the big blind to see a flop fall. Landier checked and Gnidash bet 67,000 with Landier calling as the rolled off on the turn.
Landier once again tapped the table before Gnidash bet out 145,000 and Landier called. The river landed the and Landier checked for a third time before Gnidash pushed out 255,000. Landier mucked and Gnidash collected the pot.
Hand #56: Bryce Landier raised to 65,000, and nobody called.
Hand #57: Denis Gnidash called from the button, and Rory Mathews made it 70,000 from the small blind. Gnidash made the call after Kirby Martin folded the big blind. The flop came , and Mathews' 70,000 bet took down the pot.
Hand #58: Norbert Szecsi opened for 50,000, and Mathews bumped it to 150,000. Szecsi gave up the pot.
Hand #59: Chris DeMaci moved all in from the small blind for his last 357,000, and Landier called.
The flop helped Landier. The opened up some chopping outs for DeMaci though, and the gave DeMaci the chop.
Hand #60: Martin raised to 55,000 in the cutoff, and Szecsi made the call. He checked on the flop, and Martin checked behind him. Two more checks followed the , and the river came . Szecsi bet 70,000 on the end, and Martin folded.
Hand #61: DeMaci announced an all in, and everyone got out of his way.
Hand #53: Bryce Landier receives a walk in the big blind.
Hand #54: From the cutoff Chris DeMaci moved all in for 336,000 and he collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #55: Ariel Celestino moved all in from the cutoff for 234,000 and Bryce Landier made the call from the button
The Brazilian rail rose to their feet as the dealer spread a flop before the landed on the turn and then on the river to send Celestino to the rail in 7th place.
Hand #46: Rory Mathews raised to 50,000, and it was enough to take the pot.
Hand #47: Kirby Martin raised to 57,000 from middle position. Ariel Celestino called from the button, and the blinds both folded. Martin fired out 70,000 on the flop, and Celestino called. The turned, and Martin came out 100,000 more. Celestino once again called to see a hit the river. Martin fired a third bullet, 150,000. After tanking for a couple of minutes, Celestino called. Martin showed him , and Celestino mucked.
Hand #48: Rory raised to 50,000, and nobody called.
Hand #49: Chris DeMaci moved all in for 328,000 from middle position, and Mathews contemplated a call from the big blind before ultimately folding.
Hand #50: Denis Gnidash raised to 48,000 from the button, and both blinds folded.
Hand #51: Norbert Szecsi raised to 48,000 from middle position. Nobody called.
Hand #52: Martin put in 55,000 from the button, and both blinds folded.
Hand #40: Denis Gnidash opened to 48,000 from under the gun and he collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #41: Ariel Celestino opened to 50,000 from the cutoff only to have Norbert Szecsi move all in from the small blind for roughly 550,000. Celestino folded and Szecsi won the pot.
Hand #42: From the button, Norbert Szecsi made it 48,000 and Rory Mathews called from the big to see a flop fall.
Mathews checked and Szecsi bet out 52,000 to prompt a quick fold from Mathews.
Hand #43: Bryce Landier opened to 65,000 from the hi-jack and he collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #44: Ariel Celestino made it 52,000 from under the gun and collected the blinds and antes.
Hand #45: Ariel Celestino received a walk in the big blind.