John Beauprez has eliminated Charisse Case in 10th place and the final nine are set for tomorrow's TV table. Case got her remaining chips in the middle with A♣Q♣ only to be called by Beauprez's pocket aces. The aces held and Case was sent to the rail with $13,741.
John Beauprez opens, Charisse Case 3-bets all-in for 800,000 and Beauprez flips out a single chip to signal a call.
and she's run in to Pocket_Aces, calling for the flush to keep her in the tournament.The board goes
and Case - in on a $380 qualifier - is eliminated in 10th place, a $13,741 cash, establishing tomorrow's nine-handed final table.We'll be back in a few minutes with official chipcounts for tomorrow, play starts at noon.
Level - 26
Antes - 5k
Blinds - 20k/40k
Remaining - 9/607
Dan Ross - Hold'em Live Updates
This weekend Hollywood Casino Columbus will host the first televised poker event in Ohio history. The Heartland Poker Tour $1,650 Main Event kicks off with the first of three starting flights Thursday at 2pm. Flights B and C are scheduled for Friday and Saturday, both noon starts. The tournament has a $500,000 guarantee.Read more
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