We found Jacob Schindler and chipleader Yasuhiro Ojiri in a heads-up pot on the turn. Schindler bet 48,000, and Ojiri made the call with the board reading . The river paired the board with the . Schindler checked, and Ojiri said he was all in.
A four-minute tank ensued, which included Jesse Sylvia and Matt Marafioti getting out of their chairs to exercise. Finally, Schindler called. Ojiri turned over for trip fours, and Schindler sent his remaining 130,000 to the bolster the stack of the leader.
"You, sir, are officially running hot," Sylvia said.
We walked by the table with a mound of chips in the middle and the board complete. It read and we saw Byrraju move his remaining 100,00 into the middle. Chris Karambinis made the call and was stunned to see Byrraju turn over for the flush. Karambinis showed the before counting out the chips to send over to Byrraju. According to his rail, he had the to go along with his other king.
Karambinis almost had Byrraju's hand mucked on the very next hand. Byrraju was the big blind and he was still stacking the massive pot when Karambinis overzealously sent his cards to the muck and they ended up in the vincity of Byrraju's cards. The dealer held up play and called for the floor. The floor verified what Karambinis was holding and removed those cards from the area. Apparently this is the second time this has happened on Byrraju's blind.
Jesse Sylvia bet out from the small blind after a flop of . Jonathan Tamayo called him, and the two saw a turn. Sylvia fired 24,000 this time, and Tamayo again called. The river was the , and Sylvia continued barreling with a bet of 57,500. Tamayo seemed displeased with the development, but he eventually called. Sylvia showed , taking the pot with trips.