Gabriel Rouleau opened to 36,000 from middle position, Stephen Falcon three-bet to 100,000 right next to him, and when the action folded back to Rouleau, he moved all in for around 300,000. Falcon instantly called.
"Ten, give me a ten," Falcon requested as the flop fell .
"Come on, give me a ten."
The turn was not a ten, rather it was another three; the .
"Ten, ten," he continued chanting.
The river was yet another three - the - and Falcon fist pumped then slapped the table with excitement. Rouleau quietly gathered his things, and is off to the cage to collect his $21,397.
Frederik Jensen made it 34,000 to go from the cutoff. Andy Frankenberger quickly made the call from the button and the two players saw a flop of .
Jensen checked and Frankenberger led out for 55,000. Jensen made the call and the turn came . The action checked around and the river brought a third jack when the fell. We missed the exact action on the river, but were able to see Jensen turn over , only to be beat by the jacks full of aces with Frankenberger's .
With this pot, Andy Frankenberger has now become our chip leader with 18 players left.
After seeing a flop of , Jefferson Lasecki checked to Owen Crowe who fired out for 64,000. Lasecki made the call and the two players saw a turn of . The action went check-check and the river brought a .
Lasecki fired out a bet of over 100,000 and Crowe made the call, tabling . Lasecki mucked his cards, allowing Crowe's stack to gain a significant boost.
Matt Graham open-shoved from under the gun for around 100,000, Aleksandr Mozhnyakov called in the cutoff, and Jefferson Lasecki re-shoved from the big blind. Mozhnyakov tank-folded, and the hands were tabled.
Graham was very excited to have an opportunity to race for a triple up, but his sixes did not hold when the board ran , eliminating him from the tournament.