Blinds: 150-300 with a 25 ante (Moving up to 200-400 with a 50 ante)
Day B Players Remaining: 610
Antoine Barkley: 40,000
Robert Kadlec: 36,000
Hansu Chu: 35,000
Kenny Tran: 30,000
Barry Greenstein: 29,000
Alan Puzantyan: 26,400
Nikolai Evdakov: 25,500
Carlos Mortensen: 20,000
Daniel Alaei: 18,000
John Pham: 16,500
Eliminations: Kirk Morrison, David Pham
Greenstein Takes Out a Player
On a board of A86, Barry Greenstein bet out 3,000 and his opponent called, leaving himself with less than 600 chips behind. The turn was the 6 and Greenstein put the player all in. The player called and Greenstein showed KK and was ahead of his opponent's QQ. The river brought a meaningless A and the player was eliminated. Greenstein's stack was at 27,000 after the hand.
John "Razor" Phan Takes a Hit
John Phan raised 1,000 preflop and Steinbacher made it 3,000. Phan called and the flop was 1054. Steinbacher bet 17,000 all in and Phan went into the tank. After about 3 minutes, Steinbacher called the clock on Phan and when the minute ran out, Phan's hand was killed. Phan still had around 16,500 after the hand and Steinbacher sat with close to 24,000.
Sebok Loes a Race
Joe Sebok called an opponent's 1,800 all in bet with 2-2. His opponent showed QJ and the board came out J98 77. The opponent doubled up and Sebok was knocked down to 4,500.
Clonie Gowen Doubles Up
Gowen moved all in in first position for a little under 3,000. A player in middle position pushes all in behind her and Gowen turns over 9-9 and sees she's up against AK. The board came out nine high rainbow and she doubled up to over 6,000.
Building a Stack - Back To Back
In two back-to-back hands, a player raised to 775 preflop and Daniel Alaei re-raised to 4,000 and the player folded. Allaei sits comfortably with around 18,000 in chips.
Rajkumar Adds to his Stack
Vivek Rajkumar raised to 1,600 from the cutoff and the big blind called. The flop came A84 and both players checked. The 10 came on the turn and Rajkumar bet 2,800. His opponent folded and Rajkumar chipped up to around 25,000.
Alaei Stays Aggressive
Daniel Alaei raised to 1,000 from the big blind and the small blind folded. WIth the pot, Alaei sat around 24,000.
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