The players redrew for seats with 10 players left, and Dan Martin (not pictured) was originally in the 10 seat. Following Martin's elimination, the photos below show the seat assignments for the remaining nine players.
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According to Martin, he shoved 5 big blinds on the button with Jx8x, and was called by Stephan Guy in the small blind with KxKx. The dealer spread a flop of JxJx9x, putting Martin well ahead, but a Kx on the turn gave Guy a full house, leaving Martin with one out to quads to stay alive. When the river failed to deliver, Martin exited the tournament in 10th place.
Stephan Guy - 580,000
Dan Martin - Eliminated
With 10 players remaining, they've all been moved to the unofficial final table. At the same times, the blind level increases to Level 19, with blinds of 8,000 / 16,000 with a 2,000 ante.
Benjamin Nix has just been eliminated in 11th place. According to Nix, he got all his chips in the middle holding AxAx on a 9-high flop and was called by one opponent holding Jx9x. The turn brought a Jx, but it also brought Nix a flush draw. Unfortunately, Nix was unable to redraw to a better two pair or flush to survive and has made is way to the payout table.
Nix finishes in 11th place for $811.
Stephan Guy moves all in for 102,000 and Molly Mossey calls all-in for 98,000. Everyone else folds and the hands are turned up.
Guy - J♠J♣
Mossey - A♠9♣
The dealer spreads a flop of A♣J♦K♣, giving Mossey top pair but Guy stays ahead with a set. Mossey needs running cards for a boat to win or running straight cards to chop. The turn ends the suspense with the 8♣, and a meaningless 3♠ hits the felt on the river.
Mossey is eliminted in 12th place and receives $811 for her efforts.
Stephan Guy - 200,000
Molly Mossey - Eliminated
Level 18 has begun with blinds of 6,000 / 12,000 with a 2,000 ante.
Twelve players remain and the average stack is 381,250.
David Baker moves all in for his last 72,000 and Aaron Peeler calls from the button. Both blinds fold and the hands are turned over.
David Baker - Q♥J♥
Aaron Peeler - K♣T♦
The flop pairs Baker but Peeler catches a flush draw with a board of Q♦5♦2♦. The turn is the A♥, adding a straight draw to Peeler's outs. The river ends Baker's tournament with the A♦, giving Peeler a flush and sending Baker to the rail.
Baker finishes in 13th place for $611.
Aaron Peeler - 760,000
David Baker - Eliminated