Chris Moorman was riding pretty low the last time we made a sweep of the Brasilia room and we can now confirm that he is out. His exit came in a blind on blind match-up. His opponent in the small blind, Dale Curtis, called with and Moorman moved all-in with . Curtis called and his hand held up to put Moorman out of his misery.
Andre Akkari is out and we believe it was an all-in pre flop confrontation versus . Nacho Barbero and Nick Yunis have takens eats on Akkari's former table.
You cannot miss Steven Van Zadelhoff because he has a bright orange fedora sitting pretty on top of his bounce. Zadelhoff has thirteen WSOP cashes and we just caught him doubling up to 3,400 chips versus all-in pre flop.
Two other players who are the way up are Matt Affleck and Shannon Shorr. Affleck is up to 11,500 after a series of coolers (full-house versus trips and flopped straight versus top pair!). Shorr is up to 5,300 after doubling up with the mighty deuces. Shorr moving all-in from the small blind, after a player in mid-position had raised to 350. The initial raiser called and it was a case of versus . The on the flop making the voyage across the rest of the board a lot more comfortable for Shorr.