On a flop of Chino Rheem fired out a pot-sized bet of 10,200 before Michael Binger re-potted. The table folded and Rheem decided this is it as he plonked his remaining chips into the middle. Binger made the call.
"Two pair and nut flush draw" said Rheem however Binger had flopped the nut straight.
The turn was the and river the and Rheem is sent to the rail in 7th place for AU$15,480, as Binger jumps to the chip lead with 126,000.
On a flop of Tony G committed his last chips into the middle against Michael Binger.
Both players tabled big wraps as Guoga's two pair held the lead. However the hit the turn to give Binger the lead with a king-high straight. The river was the and Guoga bubbles as our final table is set.
The players are now taking a fifteen-minute break as they do a chip change-over to the "major tournament" style of chips and relocate to the feature table in front of the rail.
We'll have the updated chip counts for you shortly.
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