Another round of payouts from the cage - all of these players have picked up $3,499 in cold, hard cash, which is sure to heat up pretty quickly here in the Nevada desert!
|128||Gabriel Andrade||United States|
|130||Jeremy Maher||United States|
|131||Tod Holley||United States|
|132||Andrew Shack||United States|
|133||Phuc Chau||United States|
|134||Steven Mcnally||United States|
|135||William Mikolay||United Kingdom|
|136||Johnny Woolen||United States|
|137||Nicholas Ricciardi||United States|
|139||Jeffrey Coddington||United States|
|140||Steven Fenic||United States|
|141||Scott Zakheim||United States|
|142||Robert Layne||United States|
|143||Barry Wiedemann||United States|
|144||Dale Jamison||United States|
Davidi Kitai was all in against Ravi Raghavan holding the . Raghavan held the . Ali Eslami held , but folded it preflop. The board ran out and Raghavan busted Kitai.
Time for another updated list of players who have made some bank today. All these players have taken home $3,214 in prize money - we'll have the next bracket up for you shortly.
|145||Michael Glasser||United States|| |
|146||Andre Boyer||Canada|| |
|147||Kathryn Sikorski||United States|| |
|148||Adam Kornuth||United States|| |
|149||Jesse Kremer||United States|| |
|150||Darren Elias||United States|| |
|151||Jose-Luis Velador||United States|| |
|152||Jared Ingles||United States|| |
|153||Todd Phillips||United Kingdom|| |
|154||Robert Beck||United States|| |
|155||Ralph Michalowski||United States|| |
|156||Glenn Tappenden||Canada|| |
|157||Andrew Youngblood||United States|| |
|158||Manuel Davidian||United States|| |
|159||Jonathon Poche||United States|| |
|160||Paul Richardson||United States|| |
|161||Shawn Green||United States|| |
|162||Shaun Hartlin||Canada|| |
We missed how the betting went but Kartheeharan Nagarajan ended up all in preflop for his last 37,000 and Sida Yuen called.
The flop of gave Yuen a set of eights but also gave Nagaranjan a gutshot straight draw. The turn and river were the and which couldn't help Nagaranjan and he was sent to the rail.
After the hand Yuen's stack was around 145,000.
Players have returned from their first break of the day. Right now there are 122 players remaining in the field and each one is guaranteed at least $3,810.
The remaining 122 players have now been sent on a 20-minute break, although there was a murmur through the room when the tournament supervisor made the announcement.
"Players, you are on a one-hour break - sorry, 20-minute break!" Dang it, we were hoping to grab a late lunch!
2009 APPT Macau Main Event champion Dermot Blain has just been eliminated from the tournament only minutes before the break, courtesy of Paul Loh.
All the money was in the middle before the flop. Blain had shipped the last of his stack into the middle with , but he failed to improve on the board. No luck of the Irish today.