Frank Funaro raised to about 330,000 in the hijack, and Joey Weissman called all in for 105,000 in the cutoff.
“Nines flop the most sets,” said Justin Saliba.
The board ran out , giving Weisman a set of nines to double up.
Joey Weissman – 285,000 (10 bb)
Frank Funaro – 300,000 (10 bb)
With 12 players remaining from a field of 86, the average chip stack is about 715,000 (24 big blinds). The remaining players are guaranteed at least $57,350 each.
Action is scheduled to continue tonight until there are nine players remaining for tomorrow’s final table, which begins at 1:00 pm as part of the SHRPO Big 4.