Sean Shah was all in UTG+1 for 590,000 with , and he needed to improve to stay alive against the of Thomas Rasberry in the hijack.
The board came , and Shah paired his ace on the flop, turned trips, and rivered quads to win the pot and double up in chips.
Sean Shah – 1,300,000 (43 bb)
Thomas Rasberry – 75,000 (3 bb)
A couple hands slater, Rasberry moved all in under the gun for 75,000, and Ronnie Bardah called from the hijack with . Rasberry turned over , and needed to improve to stay alive.
The board came , and Rasberry paired his king on the flop to win the pot and double up in chips.
Thomas Rasberry – 225,000 (8 bb)
Ronnie Bardah – 2,200,000 (73 bb)
The next hand, Rasberry was all in from the big blind for 195,000 with , and he needed to improve to stay alive against the of James Anderson, who was under the gun.
The board brought four spades, and Anderson won the pot with his ace-high flush to eliminate Rasberry in 32nd place.
James Anderson – 6,420,000 (214 bb)
Thomas Rasberry – Eliminated in 32nd Place ($23,110)
With 31 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 2.03 million (68 big blinds), and they are all guaranteed to earn at least $23,110 each.
There will be a one-hour dinner break after Level 26 (around 6:45 pm), and action is scheduled to continue tonight until the end of Level 29, around 12:30 am.