Jeffrey Kenny got it all in from the big blind for about 40,000 against chipleader Jay Kerbel.
The board came , and Kenny flopped two pair with a gutshot straight draw, but his two pair got counterfeited on the turn. Kenny missed his outs on the river, and Kerbel won the pot with a higher two pair, aces and fives, to eliminate Kenny in ninth place. (Neither player had a qualifying low hand.)
Jay Kerbel – 685,000 (21 bb)
Jeffrey Kenny – Eliminated in 9th Place ($1,225)
With eight players remaining, the average chip stack is around 194,000 (6 Big Bets), and they are all guaranteed at least $1,385 each.