Dan O'Brien was one of the few players who strolled on over to take his seat during the break, and he's already down to his last two lammers. There was a ton of action already when we go to his table, but here's what we saw.
O'Brien was all in for about 8,000, and he had been called by Billy Baxter. However, there was another opponent at the table who had shoved all in for 30,000. The decision was on Baxter, and he had a frustrating look on his face as he folded his hand.
O'Brien simply laughed and said "well I guess this hand isn't any good" as he drew one card. O'Brien's opponent patted, and then showed for a seven-six low. O'Brien mucked his hand, but the dealer was forced to turn it up, and it revealed . With that, O'Brien cashed in his rebuy chips, and will now have to work with 20,000.