Christoph Vogelsang opened to 215,000 and Igor Kurganov three-bet to 925,000. Vogelsang called.
The flop was . "I have two time extensions," said Kurganov. "I don't know where they went. I'm using one of them now."
He then bet 600,000 and Vogelsang called.
The turn was the and Kurganov moved all in. Vogelsang had around three million behind and eventually folded.
After the hand, it transpired that Kurganov's two remaining time extensions had been misplaced during the two table redraw. The floor person confirmed that he had two, and that he had played one, meaning he had one remaining.
Brandon Adams raised it up to 250,000 on the button and Sam Grafton called from the big blind. The flop came and Grafton check-called a bet of 350,000 from Adams. The turn was the and Grafton checked again. Adams fired out another bet of 900,000 and Grafton laid his hand down.
A few hands later, Grafton was involved in another pot with Keith Tilston. The flop came and Tilston check-called a bet from Grafton on the flop and the turn. The paired the board on the river and both players checked. Tilston showed and Grafton mucked.
Hand-for-hand play has begun on the money bubble of the $100,000 High Roller.
Only the top 15 players are guaranteed $156,316.
|Table 401||Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|1||Jeremy Ausmus||United States||1,380,000||14|
|2||Brandon Adams||United States||5,050,000||51|
|3||Danny Tang||Hong Kong||1,715,000||17|
|4||Sam Grafton||United Kingdom||5,875,000||59|
|8||Keith Tilston||United States||3,200,000||32|
|Table 402||Name||Country||Chip Count||Big Blinds|
|3||Steven Miranda||United States||3,790,000||38|
|5||Nick Schulman||United States||2,450,000||25|
|7||Kainalu McCue-Unciano||United States||3,860,000||39|
Alex Foxen held and was all in against Steffen Sontheimer who held .
There was no help for Foxen who entered at the start of the day, with the board running out and Foxen was eliminated.
The remaining 16 players are redrawing around two tables one off the money bubble.
Christoph Vogelsang opened to 200,000 and Dominik Nitsche defended from the big blind. The flop came and Nitsche checked to Vogelsang who bet 100,000. Nitsche check-raised to 250,000 and Vogelsang called.
The turn was the and Nitsche checked again. Vogelsang fired out a bet of 150,000 and Nitsche stuck around for the on the river. Nitsche led out for 495,000, leaving 5,000 behind and Vogelsang mucked his cards.
Nick Schulman shoved from the small blind and Jeremy Ausmus used two time extensions before folding.
Schulman showed the and took down the pot.