As told to us by the table, Jeff Yarchever was knocked out by Bradley Anderson when Yarchever moved all in with and Anderson called with . The board ran out to give Anderson the pot and send Yarchever to the rail.
Bradley Anderson raised preflop in middle position to 65,000 and Bart Lybaert called in the cutoff. The flop was dealt and Anderson continued for 85,000. Lybaert called. The turn was the and Anderson fired out again, this time for 180,000, which Lybaert called once again. The river was the and both players checked. Anderson showed and Lybaert mucked with worse than Anderson's pair.
Down to four big blinds, Jeff Sluzinski moved all in when it was folded to him with . Matt Livingston made the call with . Sluzinski was looking good when the flop and turn ran out clean but a queen would hit the river. "No," groaned Sluzinski as his dreams of becoming the next WSOP millionaire came to an end.
We got to the table with two players in the hand and a flop of . Andrew Dick checked and Brian Yoon bet 80,000. Dick check-raised it to 225,000 and Yoon made the call.
The turn was the and Dick moved all in. "I call," said Yoon as he shrugged his shoulders and turned over . He looked at Dick as if he was half expecting him to turn over a set, but all Dick had was a gutshot straight draw and flush draw with . The river would be a diamond to give Dick the flush.
"Sorry Brian," Dick said, almost looking guilty for eliminating the 2013 Little Drop for One Drop winner. The pot moved Dick above the five million chip mark.
In the last hand before the dinner break, Bradley Anderson checked to Orez Mokedi in the cutoff, who bet 116,000 and was called on a flop of . The turn brought the , and Anderson checked again. Mokedi bet 1580,000, and Anderson min-raised. Mokedi came back over the top to the tune of another 180,000, and Anderson shoved all in for about 700,000. Mokedi tanked for at least two minutes before letting his hand go, saying he dumped an overpair.