When we reached the table, the board was completed , and over 250,000 was in the middle. David "Raptor" Benefield was heads up with William Thorson, and Benefield moved all in from the blinds for effectively 210,000. Thorson went deep into the tank, but eventually folded.
Benefield now boasts a monster stack with over one million chips.
With things winding down for the night Table 365 has found a way to make most of the rest of their time today. All players at the table have agreed that if a pot is won without a showdown then the player who won the hand has to show at least one of their whole cards. Table 365 is scheduled to be the next table broken so all players are trying to get as many hands in and have as much fun as they can while they can.
2009 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Joe Cada raised all in for 162,000 from middle position and Tyler Smith called off his shorter stack from the button.
Best grab your coin boys and girls, as it's flippin' time! Cada was looking to dodge and ace or jack, which he managed to do on the flop. Things got even better for Cada as the dealer burned and turned the to give him the hand and avoid sweating the river, which ended up being the .
When we got to Table 370 we found [Removed:388] raising from early position. When action folded around to Dmitry Gromov he shoved for around 140,000. Bernzerfa made the call and showed . Gromov was in really bad shape as he held .
The dealer put out five cards and they came out . Gromov was never able to catch up and was eliminated.
Noah Schwartz was all in preflop for 165,000 holding and up against the of Matthew Hyman. Schwartz was in a dominating position and primed to double, but the changed all that. Hyman had hit his set to take the lead and left Schwartz in need of some major help.
The turn meant Schwartz needed an ace on the river, but this was not Barry Greenstein's book. Instead, the blanked on the river to send Schwartz to the payout desk.