Eddie Blumenthal raised under-the-gun to 235,000 and Ayaz Mahmood defended the big blind.
The flop came , Mahmood checked and Blumenthal bet out 195,000 and Mahmood fired in a raise to 550,000 and Blumenthal's cards hit the muck rather quickly.
Lucas Greenwood raised in middle position to 225,000, Peter Linton called in the small blind and Jeremy Kottler defended the big blind.
The flop fell and all three players checked to the on the turn where Linton bet out 170,000 Kottler called and Greenwood got out of the way.
The river was the , Linton fired out a bet of 350,000 and Kottler raised it up to 1,200,000. Linton eyed it up and put in the chips to call and Kottler tabled for a flopped king-high flush and Linton mucked his hand.
Ayaz Mahmood opened to 250,000 in early position, and got Peter Linton to call on the cutoff, as well as Jeremy Kottler on the button.
Mahmood continued for 450,000 on the flop, Linton folded and Kottler called. Both players checked the turn, and Mahmood put out 500,000 on the river, getting the fold from Linton.
The action folded to Jerry Odeen who raised on the button to 210,000, Peter Linton put in a stack of greens to raise, Jeremy Kottler instantly folded the big blind and Odeen moved the rest of the chips in the middle and Linton called putting himself at risk for 1,710,000.
It was a coinflip and Linton got the best of it when the board ran out doubling through Odeen.
Peter Linton raised under-the-gun to 225,000, Adam Demersseman called in the middle position, Eddie Blumenthal folded the small blind and Jerry Odeen mucked in the big blind.
The flop came Linton bet out 225,000 and Demersseman called.
The turn was the Linton fired again for 425,000 and Demersseman moved all-in and Linton snap-folded.
|1||Peter Linton||United Kingdom||2,550,000|
|2||Jeremy Kottler||United States||6,300,000|
|3||Gary Bolden||United States||1,100,000|
|4||Adam Demersseman||United States||1,700,000|
|6||Rania Nasreddine||United States||1,325,000|
|7||Ayaz Mahmood||United States||6,650,000|
|8||Eddie Blumenthal||United States||2.025,000|
Jerry Odeen and David "ODB" Baker got all the chips in preflop, with Baker's 700,000 stack at risk.
David "ODB" Baker:
The turn card all but clinched the elimination on the runout, as Odeen improved to a pair of aces.
The final nine players will now redraw for the final table.
On a flop of there was about 550,000 in the middle, Jerry Odeen check-raised Adam Demersseman's bet of 150,000 to 400,000 and Demersseman reraised a stack of 100,000 chips and Odeen put in his stack of 1,550,000 total.
Odeen had flopped top pair and held when the board completed with the on the turn and the on the river.