Hand #232: Kory Kilpatrick raised to 60,000 on the button, Eric Wasserson defended, and the flop fell . Wasserson checked, Kilpatrick tossed out another 60,000, and Wasserson called. The turn was a repeat eight - the - and both players rapped the felt. The completed the board, giving both players at least eights and deuces, and Wasserson led out for 160,000. Kilpatrick called, then mucked when Wasserson showed for a flush.
|Blinds||15,000 / 30,000|
Hand #230: Kory Kilpatrick had the button and raised to 60,000. Eric Wasserson defended, the flop fell , and both players checked. The turn was the , Wasserson fired out 65,000, and Kilpatrick called. The completed the board, Wasserson checked, and Kilpatrick knuckled behind.
Wasserson tabled for a pair of eights, and he was awarded the pot.
Hand #231: Wasserson raised to 60,000 on the button, Kilpatrick defended, and the dealer fanned . Kilpatrick check-called a bet of 60,000, the turn brought the , and Kilpatrick quickly checked again. Wasserson tossed out 140,000, Kilpatrick called, and the completed the board.
Kilpatrick led out for the first time, cutting put a bet of 375,000 and sliding it forward, and Wasserson reached into his stack. He cut out enough T25,000 chips to make the call and shot a look at the board, furrowing his brow. He cut the small stack down, stacked the chips back up, and riffled them with his right hand.
Confused, he jerked back for a moment, then finally committed them. Kilpatrick ripped over for a flush, and pulled in a massive pot.
The yellow T1,000 chips were just raced off.
Hand #228: Kory Kilpatrick raised to 50,000 on the button, Eric Wasserson defended, and the flop fell . Wasserson check-folded to a bet of 50,000.
Hand #229: Wasserson was on the button, and raised to 50,000. Kilpatrick called, the dealer fanned , and Kilpatrick checked. Wasserson fired out another 50,000, Kilpatrick called, and the turn was the . Wasserson bet another 135,000, Kilpatrick again called, and the completed the board.
Kilpatrick knuckled a third and final time, Wasserson splashed 295,000 forward, and Kilpatrick slipped into the tank. After around a minute he folded, and Wasserson pulled in the pot.
The short break is over, and the cards are back in the air.
The players are on a quick break.
Hand #221: Kory Kilpatrick raised to 50,000 on the button, there was a dead small blind, and Noah Bronstein defended his big blind. The flop fell , Bronstein checked, and Kilpatrick continued for 50,000. Bronstein folded.
Hand #222: There was a dead button, Bronstein raised to 62,000 from the small blind, and Eric Wasserson called in the big blind. The flop fell , both players checked, and the turn was the . Bronstein led out for 80,000, Wasserson raised to 195,000, and Bronstein quickly folded.
Hand #223: Kilpatrick received a walk.
Hand #224: Kilpatrick raised to 60,000 out of the small blind, Bronstein called, and Kilpatrick won the pot with a bet on a flop of .
Hand #225: Kilpatrick raised to 50,000 on the button, winning the blinds and antes.
Hand #226: Kilpatrick received another walk.
Hand #227: Kilpatrick raised to 60,000 out of the small blind, Bronstein moved all in for 557,000, and KIlpatrick called.
Bronstein remained ahead on a flop of , and his rail exploded. There will still two streets to come, however, and the on the turn gave Kilpatrick a superior pair.
The on the river was a big red brick, and Bronstein was eliminated in third place.