Kevin Saul just got up from his seat, and Ludovic Lacay told us how the former chip leader got knocked out after having almost 100,000 chips after two levels.
Lacay had managed to double through Saul at first, and that went down like this. Lacay raised with aces pre flop and both Saul and Men Nguyen called. The flop came down with two hearts and Lacay checked to Saul who bet 1,750. Nguyen called and Lacay raised it up to 6,000.
Saul wasn't slowing down and he made it 12,000. Nguyen folded and Lacay made it 19,000. Saul moved all in and Lacay called. Saul had for a flush draw, but he didn't get there.
Later on he lost a big pot against the player in seat one, Trey Taylor. Lacay eventually took his last 10,000 chips when he hit a queen with versus . Saul is done, Lacay is done well and Taylor is leading the way over on Table 4.