Dan Chambers moved all in for 7,500 from early position and David Prociak called from the cutoff. Sandy Sanchez called from the small blind and was all in for 7,000. Peter Cleven called from the big blind and there were two players all in with four players heading to a flop.
There was 1,500 in a side pot and any further action between Prociak and Cleven would create a second side pot.
Action gets checked to the river as the board runs out . Cleven checked and Prociak bet. Cleven folded and Prociak tabled .
Prociak rivered the wheel and both Sanchez and Chambers mucked their hands. They were briefly exposed by the dealer since it was an all in pot, but neither could top a wheel.
Prociak dragged the pot and eliminated two players in one hand. Since Chambers was the bigger stack, he will take home $752 for seventh place and Sanchez earned $602 for eighth place.
David Prociak – 172,000 Dan Chambers – Eliminated Sandy Sanchez – Eliminated
Christian Ivens was eliminated by Peter Cleven after getting all in on fifth street in seven card stud hi-lo.
Ivens showed a pair of jacks, but couldn’t improve against Clevens’ pair of kings. Ivens was eliminated in ninth place. He is the bubble boy and the remaining eight players are all in the money and guaranteed a cash of at least $602.
Peter Cleven – 185,000 Christian Ivens – Eliminated
The $300 HORSE event is down to its final nine entries and they have redrawn for seats at the unofficial final table. With one more elimination, they will be credited with making an official final table.
Peter Cleven currently holds the chip lead with one table remaining in the tournament. This is also the money bubble. The next player eliminated will take home nothing and the final eight will be guaranteed at least $602.
Here is a look at the seating arrangement and chip counts:
Seat 1: David May – 51,000 Seat 2: Dan Chambers – 36,000 Seat 3: Robert Campbell – 49,500 Seat 4: Brandon Berkenfeld – 53,500 Seat 5: David Prociak – 85,000 Seat 6: Eric Rivkin – 98,000 Seat 7: Christian Ivens – 23,000 Seat 8: Sandy Sanchez – 35,500 Seat 9: Peter Cleven – 158,000
Registration is closed for this H.O.R.S.E. event, and the numbers are in. A total of 59 entries put up the $300 buy-in this afternoon, generating a prizepool worth $15,045. That money will be shared by the final eight players thusly: