Daniel Pelletier raised to 1,350 from middle position and Vanessa Rousso three-bet to 3,500 from the small blind before play fell on Joseph Cheong in the big blind. He reraised all in for 17,000. Pelletier got out of the way and then Rousso made the call.
The flop, turn and river ran out and Rousso spiked a queen on the river to bust Cheong.
Mark Radoja raised to 625 from the hijack seat and Will "The Thrill" Failla reraised to 1,650 from the cutoff. On the button, Sam Holden reraised to 3,900. When play got to Martins Adeniya in the big blind, he studied everything for about a minute and a half. He eventually gave it up and then Radoja and Failla followed him into the muck quickly after.
"That could have been fun," said Holden to Adeniya. Adeniya chuckled back.
Isaac Haxton opened with a raise and then play folded to Jason Mercier on the button. He reraised to 2,150 and then Chris Moorman got that look in his eye from the small blind. Moorman fired in a four-bet to 5,000 and play folded back to Haxton. He reraised all in for 23,950. Mercier tanked for a minute or so and then folded. Moorman also folded and Haxton won the pot.
From the hijack seat, Marc Le Campion raised to 775. Markus Lehman called from the button and then action moved to Maria Ho in the big blind. She reraised and made it 2,400 to go. Le Campion and Lehman both called.
The flop came down and Ho bet 3,500. Le Campion put in a raise to 13,600 and Lehman folded. Ho tanked for a bit, but also released her hand and Le Campion won the pot.
David Vamplew raised to 700 and everyone folded to Barney Boatman in the big blind, who three-bet to 2,400. Vamplew made the call and it was off to the flop. Vamplew lead into Boatman with a bet of 3,100 and after a brief pause, Boatman mucked his hand.
Nick Binger opened the betting with a raise to 725 from late position and after two players folded David Benyamine three-bet to 2,125. When both blinds got out of the way Binger made the call and the dealer got busy putting out the flop.
Binger lead into the Frenchman with a 2,700 bet, a bet that Benyamine quickly called. The on the turn initially slowed Binger down but after over a minute of thinking time he made it 5,600 to play and again Benyamine called, leaving himself around 7,000 behind.
The river was the , completing a possible flush and Binger quickly bet 25,000 to put Benyamine all in. He made the call and showed , which was no match for the of Binger.
Benyamine collected his belongings, wished his former table mates good luck and headed for the rail.