The remaining six players limped into the pot, as the flop came down . The action checked over to Chris Moorman, who bet out 20,000 and was only called by Blair Hinkle. The fell on the turn, as Moorman slowed down, checking his option, as did Hinkle. The river produced the , and Moorman checked for the last time, before Hinkle placed out a bet of 45,000. Moorman sat there, looking blankly at the board, before releasing his hand into the muck.
Five players limped into the pot, before the flop came down . Chris Moorman bet out 25,000, and was called by Louis Bonnecaze, as both saw the fall on the turn. Moorman quickly reached for chips, and threw out 55,000, as Bonnecaze thought about his decision. Almost a minute passed, before he raised it up to 115,000, as Moorman now took his time to decide his next move. He eventually opted to call, as the completed the board.
Moorman checked, as Bonnecaze sat motionless in his chair, staring at the board. He finally checked and showed for trip eights, as Moorman’s cards went into the muck.
Blair Hinkle raised to 28,000, and Ben Volpe made the call. The flop came down , as Hinkle threw in a continuation bet of 32,000, which was enough to take down the pot.
Three players limped into the pot, before Horacio Chaves raised it up to 28,000. Paul Lieu then raised it up to 101,000, before Chaves quickly announced all in, which was snap called.
The board would be no help for Chaves, as it ran out to see him eliminated in 6th place.