Mustapha Kanit moved all in under the gun for 470,000 and Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst called from his immediate left. Jake Schindler and Greg Merson did not fall for her trap as the showdown went as following.
The board ran out and Kanit was knocked out in fourth place.
Greg Merson moved all in from the button for 640,000 and Mustapha Kanit moved all in over the top from the small blind. Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst gave up her hand and the showdown went as following.
From under the gun, Rob Mizrachi raised to 160,000. Vanessa Selbst reraised to 350,000 from the next seat, and then action folded back to Mizrachi. He quickly moved all in for around 1.6 million. Selbst found a call and turned over the . Mizrachi had the .
The flop, turn, and river ran out , and Mizrachi was eliminated in fifth place for $389,720.
Mustapha Kanit raised from the cutoff seat to 160,000, and Jake Schindler called from the big blind to see the flop come down . Schindler checked and then raised to 385,000 after Kanit bet 145,000. Kanit folded, and Schindler won the pot.
Mustapha Kanit raised to 160,000 and Jake Schindler called from the big blind.
The flop brought out pKd6s7d] and both players checked. On the turn the hit and Schindler lead out for 250,000, Kanit called.
The river brought the and now Schindler checked again. Kanit bet 460,000 and Schindler tanked for about a minute before moving all in.
Schindler was all in for a total of 1,795,000 and Kanit went into the tank for a long time. Eventually he made the call and showed for a straight. Schindler showed for a rivered flush and he raked in the biggest pot of the tournament so far.
Rob Mizrachi raised to 160,000 from the hijack and Team PokerStars Pro Vanessa Selbst three-bet to 340,000 from his immediate left. Jake Schindler went into the tank for quite a while before eventually folding his cards.
Mizrachi called and the flop brought . Mizrachi checked to Selbst who bet 240,000 and that was enough to take down the pot.