Jay Sharon raised from middle position to 5,000, the player in the big blind reraised to about 27,000, and Sharon moved all in.
The big blind called all in for about 65,000 with , and needed it to hold to stay alive against Sharon’s .
The board came , and Sharon spiked a ten on the river to win the pot with a full house, tens full of fives, eliminating his opponent from the tournament.
Jay Sharon – 154,000 (77 bb)
With approximately 387 players remaining from a Day 1B field of 1,089, the average chip stack is about 112,500 (56 big blinds). The final 248 players from the combined field will finish in the money, earning at least $6,275 each.
Action is scheduled to continue tonight until the end of this level, around 11:15 pm.