Things have not been going Jeff Lisandro's way as of late and we just saw him lose another big pot. On fifth street it was Lee Goldman who bet and Lisandro called, and Goldman continued to fire on sixth and seventh. Lisandro looked down at his cards on seventh and opted to fold, leaving himself with 74,000 chips.
Picking up the action on fifth street, Bonomo checked, and Rybachenko bet. Pescatori called, then Bonomo folded. On sixth street, Rybachenko bet and Pescatori called. Then on seventh, Rybachenko bet 16,000 with just 15,000 behind. Pescatori squeezed, then raised to put Rybachenko all in. Rybachenko called, but still needed to look at his final card.
Pescatori showed the for an ace-high flush. Rybachenko showed the for two pair, aces and tens, but he was drawing to a better flush than Pescatori or a full house in order to double up. His final card was the , and Rybachenko was eliminated.
Tommy Hang limped and Todd Barlow completed. Action folded back around to Hang and he called. Barlow led out with another bet on fourth and Hang called. Hang was first to act on fifth street and he bet out. Barlow came over the top with a raise and Hang quickly made it three bets to go. Barlow thought for a moment before announcing a four-bet. Hang capped it and Barlow called all in for less. Barlow showed kings and sevens but was dejected to find Hang held trip eights.
Neither player improved on the following streets, allowing Hang's trips to score the elimination. Barlow exited the tournament area and Hang dragged in a pot that brings him up to 285,000 in chips.
"I'm so good at Razz!" Daniel Negreanu joked, as he recalled his 10th place finish in the $10,000 Razz Championship.
Negreanu has been on quite the heater as of late and he just won four pots in a row against Richard Sklar.
On the final hand of Razz it was Sklarr who had the bring in and Negreanu completed. When the action got to Sklar he said, "Please let me have two little ones so we can go at it!"
Sklar slammed his chips into the pot after looking at his down cards, and the banter continued as Negreanu said he was going to get the small cards. On fourth Sklar bet and Negreanu called, on fifth the tables turned and Sklar gave up with Negreanu bet.
Sklar has lost some chips but is still very much alive with 28 players in the tournament.