The action folded around to Eleanor Gudger, who opened to 25,000 from the button, before finding a call from Chris Priday on the big blind. The flop came down , as Priday opted to bet out 25,000. It didn’t take Gudger to long, to raise it up to 70,000, which was enough to take down the pot.
Eleanor Gudger opened to 25,000 once again, but this time found no callers, as she took down the blinds and antes.
The action folded around to Shana Matthews on the small blind, who chose to make the call, as Kristen Bicknell checked her option from the big blind. The flop came down , as Matthews reached for her chips, and put out a bet of 18,000. Bicknell then bumped it up to 45,000, as Matthews thought about her next move. A minute passed, before Matthews slid in a raise to 110,000, which was enough to take down the pot, as Bicknell mucked her hand moments later.
Eleanor Haas opened to 25,000, and watched as the rest of the table folded their hands.
Connie Bruce opened to 35,000, before she was met with an all in for 108,000 from Chris Priday on her left. The action folded back around to Bruce, who paused for just a moment, before making the call.
Priday was in front with her pocket sixes, but that didn’t last long, as the flop came down , giving Bruce the lead with an over-pair, and eliminating the possibility of Priday winning with a flush. Drawing to one of the two remaining sixes in the deck, Bruce would find no help, as the board ran out the and to see her eliminated in 8th place.