|Blinds||50,000 / 100,000|
Hand #3: Anthony Marquez raised to 75,000 from the hijack and got no action.
Hand #4: Marquez raised to 75,000 from under the gun, and everyone folded.
Hand #5: Matt Berkey raised to 75,000 from under the gun, and Marquez defended his big blind. The flop came , and Marquez check-called a bet of 100,000 from Berkey. The turn was the , and both players checked to the river, which was the . Marquez led out for 150,000, and Berkey folded.
Hand #2: Matt Berkey opened the action to 75,000 on the button, and Ilkin Amirov moved all in for 835,000 from the small blind. Demosthenes Kiriopoulos moved all in over the top from the big blind, and Berkey folded.
Amirov was in a dominated position with , and Kiriopoulos showed . The board ran out , and Amirov became the sixth-place finisher.
Hand #1: Daniel Weinman raised to 70,000, and Ilkin Amirov called from the big blind.
The flop came , and Amirov checked to Weinman, who bet 70,000. Amirov called, and the turn was the , which both players checked. The river was the , and Amirov checked again. Weinman bet 230,000, and after thinking for a couple minutes, Amirov called. Weinman tabled to win the hand.
With the recent elimination of Royce Matheson in seventh place, the official final table of six has begun.
Hand-for-hand coverage is about to begin, too.
Action folded around to Royce Matheson in the small blind, and he moved all in for about 450,000. Matt Berkey was in the big blind and quickly called.
Matheson was at risk with against the of Berkey.
The board ran out , and Matheson was eliminated on the official final table bubble.
Matt Berkey limped in early position, and Steven Buckner called on the button. Daniel Weinman raised to 130,000 from the small blind, and the action was back on Berkey. He put his remaining 550,000 chips in the pot, and Buckner mucked his cards. Weinman quickly threw in a chip signifying a call, and the cards were tabled.
The board ran out , and both players made a set but Berkey's was bigger, giving him a double-up.
Action folded around to Matt Berkey on the button, and he moved all in for 210,000. Demosthenes Kiriopoulos called from the big blind.
Berkey was at risk with against the of Kiriopoulos.
The board ran out , and Berkey locked up the double.
Steven Buckner raised to 125,000 from early position, and Daniel Weinman called directly to his left. Ilkin Amirov was in the big blind and shoved all in for 815,000. Both Buckner and Weinman laid their hands down, and Amirov took down the pot.
The final seven players have taken their seats on the main stage in the Thunderdome.
Anthony Marquez leads the way with 3,570,000, and the shortest stack belongs to Matt Berkey with 550,000.
Here is a look at how they stack up:
|Seat||Player Name||Country||Chip Count|
|1||Matt Berkey||United States||550,000|
|4||Steven Buckner||United States||2,775,000|
|5||Daniel Weinman||United States||3,110,000|
|6||Anthony Marquez||United States||3,570,000|
|7||Royce Matheson||United States||660,000|