Players are on the last 15-minute break of the day.
The action folded around to Lexy Gavin on the button who raised all-in for roughly 800,000, Adam Demersseman called in the small blind and Eddie Blumenthal folded the big blind.
Gavin was dominated and the board was no help when it ran out and she was eliminated in 11th Place.
Gary Bolden opened to 175,000 on the button, and David "ODB" Baker thought it over for awhile in the big blind, before making the call.
The call left Baker with 555,000 behind, and he led out with an all-in on the . Bolden was left wondering aloud about the meaning of Baker not going all-in preflop, and waiting for the flop instead.
Bolden eventually folded, showing pocket fives as he mucked.
Lucas Greenwood raised to 180,000 in early position and Matthew Wantman moved all-in next to act. The action folded back around to Greenwood who asked for a count. After finding out it was 1,035,000 he decided to call.
It was a coinflip and it was looking safe for Wantman as the flop came and the on the turn didn't change anything but the river was the giving Greenwood top pair and eliminating Wantman in 12th Place.
Jerry Odeen raised under-the-gun to 125,000, David "ODB" Baker was next to act and three-bet to 300,000. Eddie Blumenthal moved all-in from the small blind for 980,000 which prompted a fast muck from Odeen, while Baker went into the tank for a while before eventually calling saying, "I hope you have ace-king."
David "ODB" Baker:
It was a coinflip and the flop smashed both players when it came giving Baker a set of eights while Blumenthal flopped top two pair. The turn, however, was the giving Blumenthal aces full of queens and the river was the , giving Blumenthal a double up and taking half of Baker's chips.
Ayaz Mahmood opened from the hijack, and Dominique Mosley went all-in from the big blind, with Mahmood making the call.
Mosley's pocket sevens were dominated preflop, and he found no improvement on the runout.