$1,650 Heads-Up No Limit Hold’em Players Remaining: 22
On the turn with the board reading , Michael Aron checked and Corey Dodd bet 1,200.
Aron called and the river was the . Aron checked and Dodd moved all in for about 5,500. Aron took a few moments and then folded. Aron keeps better than a two-to-one chip lead in the rubber match of this series.
$1,100 Six-Max No Limit Hold’em (Freeze-Out) Level 27: 20,000/40,000 with a 5,000 ante Players Remaining: 2 of 186
Seth Davies had worked the stacks nearly back to even when the tournament’s largest pot played out heads up. It began with Davies limping the button, and Harrison Gimbel raised to 140,000 in the big blind. Davies moved all in for exactly 1,000,000 total, and Gimbel called to put him at risk. It was a flip.
The flop gave Gimbel a big lead with a pair of aces. Davies began to stand from his chair as the turn brought the blank . He was just about to reach out for a handshake when the dropped off the deck on the river, giving him the pot with a set of eights. Davies doubled into a commanding chip lead, and the match was over two hands later.
On the final hand, Davies shoved the button with , and Gimbel called all in with to put himself at risk. The board ran out , and Davies won the pot and the tournament with his ten kicker. A recap of his victory will be published shortly.
Gimbel was eliminated as the runner-up, earning $28,146.