Sa Eventa Izdvajamo
Wesley Chong and Martin Jacobson checked the flop. Yosuke Sekiya bet 4,400, and Chong called. Jacobson folded.
The turn was the , and both players checked to see the land on the river. Chong checked, Sekiya bet 7,300, and Chong tank-called.
Sekiya showed the for a pair of queens, and Chong mucked his hand.
Antonio Esfandiari raised to 2,600 from middle position, John Monnette three-bet to 6,600 from the hijack and Esfandiari called.
They checked to the turn of a board where Esfandiari led for 7,200. Monnette called, the river completed the board and Esfandiari bet 17,300. Monnette called, but mucked when Esfandiari tabled for a set of fives.
After one player checked, action was on Munir Shahin on the flop. He checked, and then Preben Stokkan bet 8,000. After the first player folded, Shahin called to see the turn.
The came out on fourth street, and Shahin checked. Stokkan bet 14,000, and Shahin quickly called to see the land on the river.
"How much do you have left?" asked Shahin, but the question was somewhat mumbled.
"Huh?" questioned Stokkan.
"How much do you have left?" Shahin reiterated much clearer this time.
Stokkan moved his hands and began to count out his stack, which appeared to be around 75,000. Shahin slid out a tall stack of orange T5,000 chips to set Stokkan all in. After a minute or so in the tank, Stokkan asked, "You got a big hand over there?"
Shahin didn't respond, and after another bit of time, Stokkan folded. Shahin showed the for a flush, which means he did kneed have a big hand — the nuts.
Picking up the action after the river of a board with about 27,000 in the pot, Ole Schemion bet 22,200. His opponent tanked for about two minutes before he called, but mucked when Schemion tabled for jacks full of nines.
Huck Seed had around 3,000 early on Day 2, but he's footing, and the former Main Event champion is currently sitting with more than 60 big blinds.
In a key recent pot, he bet into a couple of players on a flop from early position and saw his 3,700 raised to 7,600 by the player on the button. Seed took his time before coming back with 15,700, and the player on the button quickly pushed all in.
"I think you got me," Seed said as he called off his stack of 33,800. His opponent turned over .
"Oh, I got you."
Seed held , and the and were no help to his opponent on the last two streets.
Ben Yu open-shipped all in for his last 16,200 and it folded around to the player on the button. He thought for about 30 seconds before flinging out a call. The blinds released their cards and the hands were turned over.
The dealer tapped the table and produced a flop that read . The table reeled with gasps and a large smile washed across Yu's face as he realized that he flopped quad tens and was ensured a double up. The board finished off with the and the , allowing Yu to scoop up the chips and remain alive in the Main Event. He now has about 38,000.