Scott Seiver: / /
Abe Mosseri: / /
After doubling up twice in Omaha eight-or-bettor, Seiver completed with a six in razz after Mosseri brought it in with a king. Mosseri called, then called a bet on fourth street.
Mosseri made a better board on fifth, Seiver paired, and the former tossed out a bet. Seiver called. Seiver was forced to fold on sixth when he was dealt a , however, leaving himself with around 90,000 chips.
The rest of Seiver's stack went in the middle against his good friend Brandon Shack-Harris in PLO, and the hands were opened:
The 2014 WSOP bracelet winner and Player of the Year contender eliminated Seiver as the board came , and we are now down to an unofficial final table of eight.