Hand #61: RJ Sullivan opened to 90,000, Aleksandr Gofman moved all in, Matt Stout called all in and Sullivan folded.
Stout was the player at risk and was in a good spot to get the double up. After the dealer fanned out a board of , Stout was pushed the pot.
Hand #62: Sullivan opened to 90,000 under the gun, Gofman moved all in for 340,000 on the button, Peter Gould called in the big blind and Sullivan called behind. The flop came , Gould jammed all-in, Sullivan folded and the cards were turned face up.
Gofman was way behind and needed a ten on the turn or river to survive. The on the turn gave Gofman one last hope, but the river shipped the pot to Gould and Gofman was eliminated in 5th place.
Hand #55: Matt Stout raised to 90,000 and Aleksandr Gofman pushed all in from the big blind with 470,000. Stout called and showed to Gofman's . Both players laughed because they had already got it all in with these same hands previously. The board ran out and Gofman doubled up.
Hand #56: Peter Gould raised and won the pot.
Hand #57: RJ Sullivan raised to 90,000 and Gould put it up to 320,000 to win the pot.
Hand #58: Gould slid his small blind over to Sullivan in the big blind as he gave him a walk.
Hand #59: Gould raised to 85,000 from the button and Brett Shaffer called in the big blind. The flop came and Gould bet 75,000. Shaffer made it 175,000 and Gould gave him the pot.
Hand #60: Shaffer raised to 90,000 in the small blind and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #50: Peter Gould opened to 80,000 from the cutoff, Aleksandr Gofman moved all in for 535,000 in the big blind, and Gould folded.
Hand #51: Brett Schaffer opened to 80,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #52: Gofman opened to 80,000 from the button, and Gould called in the big blind. The flop came , and Gould check-called a bet of 65,000 from Gofman. The turn brought the , and both players checked to the river . Gould lead out for 125,000 and Gofman folded.
Hand #53:. Matt Stout opened to 90,000, and RJ Sullivan called in the big blind. Sullivan checked, Stout bet 100,000, Sullivan raised to 225,000 and Stout folded.
Hand #54: Gould opened to 80,000 and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #44: Aleksandr Gofman raised to 80,000 and RJ Sullivan called. The flop came down and Gofman bet out 65,000. Sullivan raised to 145,000 and Gofman folded, awarding Sullivan the pot.
Hand #45: Robert Schmidt pushed all in from the small blind and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #46: Matt Stout got a walk in the big blind.
Hand #47: Stout limped in the small blind and Peter Gould checked. The flop came down and Stout bet 60,000 to win the pot.
Hand #48: Stout raised to 90,000 on the button and Sullivan called in the big blind. The flop fell and both players checked. The turn came and Stout bet 100,000. Sullivan called and the was slid onto the felt for the river. Stout led out for 175,000 and Sullivan called. Stout showed and Sullivan mucked his hand.
Hand #49: Schmidt pushed all in from under the gun with his stack of 505,000 and Brett Shaffer made the call.
Schmidt needed to connect with the board in some way to creep ahead of Shaffer's threes, and the flop of was no help. The turn was the and the river was the . The threes held and Schmidt was eliminated in sixth place and will be picking up $66,176 from the cashier.
Hand #41: Aleksandr Gofman moved all in, and Stout raised all in over top.
Gofman was at risk and slightly ahead going into the flop. The dealer fanned out a board of , and Gofman’s rivered pair of sixes took down the double up.
Hand #42: Brett Schaffer opened to 80,000 and Rob Wazwaz called in the big blind. The flop came , Wazwaz checked, Schaffer bet 80,000, Wazwaz raised all in and Schaffer called.
Schaffer was in the lead and looking for a double. His pair of queens, ace kicker would hold through the turn - and river - to claim the pot.
Hand #43: Sullivan opened to 90,000 on the button, Wazwaz moved all in for 50,000 and Schaffer called in the big blind.
The flop was dealt . Schaffer bet 65,000, Sullivan raised to 185,000 and Schaffer called. The turn was the and both players checked to see the river . Both players checked again and their cards were tabled.
All three players ended up with a full house, however, Sullivan’s aces full of queens was the best hand and eliminated Wazwaz in seventh place.
Hand #36: Aleksandr Gofman raised to 60,000 from middle position and Brett Shaffer called in the big blind. The flop was the . Shaffer wagered 60,000 and Gofman made the call. The turn was the and Shaffer pushed his stack in the middle. Gofman let go of his hand and Shaffer raked in the pile of chips.
Hand #37: Gofman raised to 60,000 from under the gun and RJ Sullivan pushed all in. The blinds got out of the way and Gofman called, showing . Sullivan revealed . The flop fell , giving Sullivan a pair of nines. The turn came and the river fell , securing Sullivan's double.
Hand #38: Shaffer open-shoved all in on the button when action folded to him. The blinds let go of their hands and Shaffer scooped in the pot.
Hand #39: Rob Wazwaz raised to 75,000 on the button and won the blinds and antes.
Hand #40: Matt Stout raised to 90,000 in the small blind and Peter Gould took his time before folding.