Stephen Graner raised to 100,000 preflop under the gun and Stewart Newman three-bet all in from the small blind with his remaining 550,000 chips. Graner spent some time deciding if he wanted to risk doubling up the short stack, but eventually called with the inferior to Newman's . The board ran out , giving Graner the pair on the turn, and Newman exited the tournament in 16th place for $63,321. The remaining players have all jumped a pay level now; they're guaranteed $79,582.
A player opened for a raise in early position to 105,000, and Andrew Oh three-bet to 250,000 in the cutoff. On the button, Stephen Graner made it a cold four-bet to 450,000, and action folded to Oh, who called immediately.
Both players checked it down to fifth street, with the community having come . Oh checked once more, and he called a bet of 325,000. Graner quickly flipped for aces full, and Oh mucked his hand.
Orez Mokedi raised it up preflop from the hijack to 130,000 and Bradley Anderson three-bet to 260,000 on his left in the cutoff. Mokedi proceeded to four-bet shove and Anderson took little time calling him.
The board ran out and Mokedi wasn't able to connect, giving Anderson the pot. Mokedi finished in 17th place and earned $63,321 for his effort.
Micheal Stembera moved all in for his last 680,000 and it was folded to Christopher Keller in the big blind who made the call. Stembera had and Keller . The flop and turn were good for Keller as it came and only a jack or king would save Stembera from being eliminated. The river was the and Stembera scored the double up and Keller was left with 140,000.
Those chips would go all in the next hand and Keller's would fall to Jason Johnson's when a king would flop.