There was already 8,500 in the middle when we got to the table to see that Joe Verrecchia was in a three way pot. The board read , and it was checked to Verrecchia, who fired out 3,500. His opponent on the button raised it up to 8,000, and their other opponent folded. Verrecchia tossed in the call, and the players revealed their hands.
Chop chop. After that pot, Verrecchia is sitting on 17,000, which keeps him alive in the Onnit Last Sticker Standing Contest. In case you weren't aware, Onnit is running a contest where the last person alive wearing an Onnit sticker will get $5,000 of their buy in back. You can click the link above to get more details!