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Jason Mercier raised to 5,200 in the cutoff, Paul Volpe called on the button, Ashton Griffin called out of the small blind, and John Juanda three-bet to 24,200 from the big blind. Mercier four-bet to 47,000, Volpe and Griffin quickly folded, and Juanda tanked for well over 90 seconds before folding as well.
An orbit later, Mercier again raised to 5,200 in the cutoff. Juanda reraised to 15,500 in the big blind, Mercier four-bet to 32,100, and Juanda tank-called. Juanda drew one, Mercier stood pat, and Juanda moved all in.
Mercier let out a sigh before calling, but Juanda told him he was good, revealing a low. Mercier fanned , and dragged the pot.
Shawn Sheikhan raised to 6,500 from early position and it folded around to Larry Wright in the big blind. The 2012 $1,500 No-Limit 2-7 Draw Lowball champion flatted from the big blind and took one card at the draw. Sheikhan followed suit, also pulling one new card.
"You've got a jack-ten," said Sheikhan to Wright. "Side bet. Side bet right now. You have a jack-ten."
"I'll check," said Wright, not being tempted by Sheikhan's side offer.
When action checked over to Sheikhan, he flung out a bet of 20,000 without hesitation.
"I've gotta call you," sighed Wright. "I have a ninety-seven." He fanned and Sheikhan slapped his hand into the muck.
Wright was pushed the pot and has now crossed the 200K mark with about 208,000 in chips. Sheikhan's stack, on the other hand, has been reduced to 21,000.
Brian Rast opened the action with an early position raise to 7,000. Galen Hall three-bet shipped all in over the top for his last 42,000 and it folded back to Rast who went into the tank for about a minute. Ultimately, Rast opted to slide forward a call and stand pat with his hand. Hall drew one card and the hands were tabled.
Hall was drawing live to beat Rast's ten-six low. He squeezed out his card and a disappointed look washed over his face. Hall flung the on the table, giving him an ace-low and the second best hand. Hall was eliminated as the bubble boy while Rast brought his stack up to 245,000.
Following Hall's elimination, the field redrew to the final two tables. A full seating chart and chip counts will be posted momentarily.
The 2014 World Series of Poker is well underway at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, but that's not the only place you can get your WSOP fix. From June 1-15, grinders in Nevada will be able to participate in the WSOP.com Online Championship Series.
The 15-event WSOP.com Online Championship Series festival features more than $550,000 in combined guarantees, and the winners of the first 14 events will all receive an entry into the $200,000 guarantee WSOP Online Championship Main Event on June 15.
Tonight's event, a $109 No-Limit Hold'em Rebuy with a $25,000 guarantee, begins in a little more than an hour! Here's a look at the schedule of events: