We came to the table on the turn, with the board showing . David Vamplew bet 3750, and his lone opponent called. The river was the , and Vemplew pushed his entire stack forward. His opponent called immediately and tabled for a rivered flush, and Vamplew mucked his cards.
Vamplew was down to only 1100 chips, but he successfully doubled up on the next hand.
Nick Binger has won his table. On the final hand, he held and raised to 800 from the button. His opponent reraised to 2400, and Binger jammed. His opponent called with . The board provided no help, and Binger's fives were enough for him to advance to round 2.
Dario Minieri bested Kevin Saul as the two battled heads up at their table. Saul has been Eliminated and Minieri advances to the next round of the shootout.
On the final hand, Saul held against Minieri's . Saul was ahead with his jacks, but the flop changed his fortunes, coming and giving Minieri a pair of kings. The rest of the board ran out , giving Saul no help. Minieri won the pot and the table and will continue play in round two tomorrow.
We saw Chris Klodnicki bagging up chips so we asked him for his final heads up hand.
According to Klodnicki he min raised to 800, his opponent three bet him to 2,500 and he called. The flop came and his opponent bet 3100, which Klodnicki called. On the turn, Klodnicki told us that his opponent check called a bet of 5,000. Then, on the river, his opponent moved all in, and Klodnicki called.
His opponent showed for a missed straight draw, but Klodnicki had it with for two pair. We be keeping an eye on Klodnicki tomorrow as he aims to lock up his first bracelet.
John Hennigan has won his table and advanced to round two tomorrow.
On the final hand, the players were all-in pre-flop in a classic coin flip, with Hennigan holding and his opponent holding . The flop came , giving "Johnny World" the lead. Neither the on the turn nor the on the river helped his opponent, and Hennigan won the hand and his table.
Humberto Brenes raised to 900 pre-flop, and Doc Sands called from the big blind. Both players checked when the flop came . The turn card was the , and this time Sands led out for 1450. Brenes called, and the two of them saw the fall on the river. After thinking for a minute, Sands checked, and then Brenes pushed forward three yellow chips for a bet of 3,000. After considering the bet for a moment, Sands folded and Brenes won the pot.