Hand #28: Steve Sung went all in for 1,305,000 on the button and Chris Moorman re-shoved in the small blind. Dias folded and Sung was at risk.
The flop came . Sung hit an ace but Moorman flopped a set. The turn was the , and Sung needed an ace. The river was the and two-time bracelet winner Steve Sung was eliminated in 4th place. For his finish, he takes home $145,634.
Hand #17: Michael Gagliano opened to 150,000 from the button and Chris Moorman three-bet to 505,000 in the big blind. Gagliano called and the dealer fanned a flop. Moorman check-called a bet of 525,000 from Gagliano.
The turn was the and Moorman checked once more. Gagliano fired another bet, this time worth 1,050,000, and Moorman called.
The fell on the river and Moorman checked. Gagliano jammed all-in and Moorman said “It’s not the best river but I have to call.”
Gagliano tabled for top-two pair but Moorman turned over for a set of queens and scooped a massive double up
Hand #18: Sung opened to 135,000 on the button, Moorman three-bet to 400,000 out of the small blind and Sung folded.
Hand #19: Sung opened to 135,000 from the cutoff, Moorman three-bet to 400,000 on the button, and Sung folded.
Hand #20: Moorman opened to 130,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #13: Bernardo Dias raised to 130,000 under the gun and Max Silver called in the big blind. The flop was and Silver checked. Dias checked back.
The turn was the and Silver checked again and Dias bet 125,000. Silver then check-raised all in for 665,000. Dias went into the tank and after several minutes, Silver called the clock. Before the clock started, Dias folded.
Hand #14: John Gorsuch opened under the gun and Dias defended his big blind. The flop was and Dias check-folded to Gorsuch's continuation bet of 140,000.