Matt Keikoan raced into an early lead at his table and looked unstoppable at one point. This poker games of ours is a funny old beast though and he handed over the mantle to Jarred Solomon.
Solomon raised from the small blind and called when Keikoan clicked it back to him. The flop fell and Keikoan led for 18,000 and then moved all-in when Solomon min-raised. Snap-call.
Keikoan opened: for an over pair.
Solomon opened: for a set.
The board ran out and Keikoan was eliminated.
Solomon told us that he's been hitting everything. He now has roughly 265,000 chips to Peter Alson's 80,000 moving into heads-up play.