David Borg raised it up to 90,000 on the button, and Peter Eastgate came along in the small blind. The dealer laid out a flop of , and Eastgate check called a bet of 110,000. The hit the turn, and Eastgate checked again. Borg didn't slow down, firing out a bet of 250,000. This time, Eastgate folded, giving the pot to Borg.
On the next hand, Eastgate raised to 90,000 on the button, and Levy called in the small blind. The flop came down , and after Levy checked, Eastgate continuation bet with 105,000. Levy called, and then both players checked when the hit the turn. When the hit the river, Levy fired out 175,000, and Eastgate went deep into the tank. After about 90 seconds of thought, he released his hand.
This has been the first sign of trouble for Eastgate all day, as he has had his way for the last five levels. He's still sitting just fine with 1.92 million, but that is a bit below average.