Sebastian Pauli and Jim Wheatley each had two babies on fourth, and Pauli three-bet with after Wheatley raised him with . Pauli then caught bad and was forced to slow down with calls on fifth and sixth.
Wheatley checked seventh, and Pauli bet. Wheatley shook his head and called, looking pained.
"I got there," Pauli said. "Six." He turned over to take the pot.
Bryan Campanello and Sebastian Pauli were involved in a monster pot where Campanello ended up with a for a seven-six low. Pauli also had a seven-six low but his was just slightly worse than Campanello's and he was crippled.
On one of the next hands, Pauli got it all in against Campanello with // for a jack-six low against Campanello who couldn't improve on any street to eliminate him.
David Bach bet fourth and fifth with against the of Jim Wheatley. Bach paired his four on sixth, and Wheatley got a ten. Both players checked, and Bach bet on seventh. Wheatley tanked for about a minute before calling.
The players are currently fighting over small pots, with hardly any hands reaching seventh street. Most of the action either ends of third, fourth, or fifth street with only minor amounts of chips changing hands.