Barry Hutter raised under the gun to 225,000, leaving himself about 50,000 behind, and Anton Wigg called from the hijack.
The flop came , Hutter moved all in for about 50,000, and Wigg called with .
Hutter turned over , and he needed to catch running tens or a runner-runner straight to stay alive.
The turn card was the , the river card was the , and Wigg won the pot with his queens to eliminate Hutter in 11th place.
Anton Wigg – 1,425,000 (71 bb)
Barry Hutter – Eliminated in 11th Place ($65,505)
With 10 players remaining, the average chip stack is about 1,020,000 (51 big blinds). They are in the money, guaranteed at least $68,025 each.
Action is scheduled to continue tonight until there are nine players remaining for tomorrow’s final table.