Joe Ebanks opened to 175,000 on the button, Chris Moorman three-bet to 475,000 from the small blind, and Ebanks called. The flop fell , and both players checked. Moorman led after the turned, Ebanks called, and Moorman led again after the hit the river. This time the bet was 1.3 million, and Ebanks opted not to call.
Moorman has the chip lead with 5.8 million, while Ebanks slipped to 5.2 million.
Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier raised to 175,000 from the button only to have Joe Ebanks three-bet to 525,000 from the small blind. ElkY made the call and the two watched the flop come down . Ebanks led out for 325,000, ElkY raised to 835,000, and Ebanks made the call.
Both players then checked down the turn and river. Ebanks rolled over , to which Grospellier mucked. ElkY dropped to 3.4 million while Ebanks is up to 6.2 million.
Chris Moorman had the button, and opened to 175,000. Betrand "ElkY" Grospellier called from the small blind, and both players checked every street as the board ran . Grospellier opened up , and it was good.
Chris Moorman raised to 175,000 on the button and Joe Ebanks called from the big blind. Both players proceeded to check the flop as well as the turn. When the appeared on the river, Ebanks check-called a bet of 275,000, but quickly mucked when Moorman revealed for a straight.
There was a dead button, and Joe Ebanks opened to 125,000 from the cutoff. Chris Moorman three-bet to 345,000 from the small blind, Bertrand "ElkY" Grospellier four-bet to 775,000 from the big, and both Ebanks and Moorman folded.
Grospellier is up to 4.7 million chips, while Moorman slipped to 4.15 million.
Action folded to Tristan Wade in the small blind and he raised to 155,000, which prompted Chris Moorman, who was in the big blind, to ask how much his opponent had behind. Wade had about 1.3 back, which inspired Moorman to three-bet to 335,000. Wade responded by moving all in and Moorman made the call.
Wade was at risk with the inferior hand. The flop gave both a pair of aces, but Moorman's jack kicker was ahead. The on the turn changed nothing, leaving Wade in need of either a nine on the river to win, or a seven or eight to chop. The that appeared was not what Wade was looking for. He was eliminated from the tournament in fourth place while Moorman chipped up to 4.5 million.