Tai Nguyen limped the button for 20,000 and James Epner raised it up to 70,000 from the small blind. Taylor Paur folded his big blind and Nguyen made the call to go heads up to the flop: . Epner bet out 100,000 and got a rather quick call from Nguyen.
The turn came the and Epner announced all in. After some counting they agreed it was 329,000 and that send Nguyen into the tank. After about a minute Nguyen said "Ok, let's go. I call." Epner showed and was far in front of Nguyen's . Wel, since the title of this post is that Epner is eliminated, you might have guessed by now what the river was. Indeed, the popped up and Epner made his way off the stage.
That leaves us with a final table of nine players. We're counting the chips now and will bring you a full seating as soon as possible. Players are on a ten minute break. You can follow all the action here with hand for hand coverage. There's also a live stream available without hole cards and without commenatry on WSOP.com/live.