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Action folded to Mitch Garshofsky in the small blind, and he moved all in. Samuel Taylor called from the big blind with , and he was up against Mitch’s . The flop gave Samuel the nuts, and Mitch would need runner runner to survive. The turn and river came and Match is eliminated in 3rd place for $67,232.
Brandon Miller was all in preflop holding and was up against the of Joseph Johanssy. The flop took away two of Brandon’s outs, and the on the turn meant he was drawing dead. The meaningles hit the river to eliminate Brandon in 4th place from Event #10 $1,675 Main Event. He will collect $49,904 for his efforts.
With 11 players left, a player was eliminated from each table, getting Event #12 $365 NLH Turbo down to the official final table. The final nine will take a one hour dinner break and then will resume play until a winner is determined.
We will have chip counts and seating assignments when the players return.
The final four players in are now on a 75 minute dinner break. Play will resume at approximately 7pm EST at 40,000/80,000 blinds with a 10,000 ante. Here are updated chip counts in seat order:
Joseph Johanssy – 4,380,000
Mitch Garshofsky – 660,000
Samuel Taylor – 3,600,000
Brandon Miller – 715,000
Here are the prizes left to play for:
1st Place: $149,020
2nd Place: $92,184
3rd Place: $67,232
4th Place: $49,904
On the last hand before dinner break, Soukha Kachittavong was all in preflop holding ace jack and was up against Joseph Johanssy’s king trey. Joseph flopped two pair, and it held to send Soukha to the rail in 5th place, good for $37,428.
With 20 players remaining, play had not gone hand-for-hand, yet. A player had busted, and the announcement was made that dealers should hold up. On each of the other two tables, a player busted on the same hand, leaving Event #12 $365 NLH Turbo in the money. The three players will split the 18th place payout, and play will continue after a redraw.
Jeremy Meacham has been eliminated when his pocket deuces failed to win a race against Soukha Kachittavong’s ace jack. Jeremy will take 6th place in Event #10 $1,675 Main Event for $28,556.
The board read and James Karos moved all in holding . Gary Lucci made the call with and had James drawing dead as he had turned trip sevens. The meaningless hit the river, and James was eliminated in 2nd place for $8,311.
Gary Lucci has won Event #11 $365 NLH. He will take home $13,478 along with his first World Series of Poker Circuit ring. Congratulations, Gary.