Jeremiah DeGreef opened to 450 from under-the-gun and was three-bet to 1,150 from his opponent in the hijack seat. Action folded back around to DeGreef, who made the call.
The flop came and DeGreef check-called a 950 bet from his opponent.
The turn brought the and DeGreef checked once more - prompting a 1,950 bet from his opponent. DeGreef thought it over, but decided to lay his hand down.
DeGreef is one of the last-standing players for this event competing in the Onnit Labs' Last Sticker Challenge. He is currently sitting on 4,100 in chips.
|Vincent Van Der Fluit||3,000|
|Jon Van Fleet||3,000|
Current 2012 WSOP Player of the Year Standings
|8||David “Bakes” Baker||356.94|
2009 World Series of Poker Main Event champion Joe Cada's stay in Event 59 was especially brief, lasting only a few hands.
Shortly late registering and sitting down for his first hand at the start of Level 5, Cada lost most of his stack and found himself down to just 675 chips. That's when Cada open-pushed from early position with and saw an opponent reraise-shove with to clear the field. A flopped, Cada never caught up, and he's gone before his seat even got warm.
|Joe Cada||Välja kukkunud|
We caught up with the action on a flop with three players.
The player in the big blind led out for 600 and Brendon Rubie raised to 1,5000 from the cutoff seat. His opponent on the button folded, as did the original bettor after some thought.
Rubie, who recently placed second in Event 28: No-Limit Hold'em Four Handed, is sitting on 5,600 at the moment.
Players have returned from break and taken their seats. Cards are now back in the air!
The field is on another 20 minute break and so are we.