|Blinds||250,000 / 500,000|
In a four-way pot, the flop read when Ben Yu checked from the small blind, followed by the three other players, including Calvin Anderson. The turn was also checked.
The river fell a and after a new round of checked, Yu showed for a pair of sixes, which was enough to make his opponents muck.
The player under the gun raised to 2,600 and Gediminas Uselis called in the big blind.
The flop came and Uselis check-called for 3,300. Both players checked on the turn .
The river was the and Uselis fired 10,700. His opponent let it go.
Bryn Kenney late registered to this event but busted just after a few minutes of play. So did the French pro Kalidou Sow.
A player opened to 2,500 and the button three-bet to 7,300. Antonio Barbato moved all in from the blinds for a stack worth 18,500 and only the button player called.
The board came , giving a pair of aces to Barbarto as well and the double up.
Daniel Park, the winner of the first one-day event of the Series, the $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em Super Turbo Bounty, topping a field of 2,452 unique entries for a nice $226,243-payday, just joined the event and will try to repeat today his previous performance.
Aaron Pinson raised and Mark Vanderbeek pushed all in for a stack around 12,000 with It folded back to Pinson who made the call, holding .
The flop first fell , giving a straight draw to Pinson but the turn and river completed the board to give the flush to Vanderbeek and the double up.