|David Doc Sands||54,000||25,300|
Just moments ago, we reported that Fabrice Soulier doubled through Michale Nellis when he won a race. Well it didn't take long for Nellis to get revenge, as he has just double right back up through Soulier.
Soulier made it 2,400 in middle position, and Nellis was the only caller from the small blind. The flop came down , and Nellis checked to Soulier, who fired out 2,700. Nellis check raised to 8,300, but Soulier clicked it right back with an all in bet. Nellis made the call, and Soulier was miles ahead.
Nellis was in a world of hurt, but he caught a miracle on the river to give him the lead. The meaningless river was the , and Nellis scored the double up to get up to 46,000. Meanwhile, Soulier drops back down to 24,000 after the hand.
Chris Moorman and Adam Lasky went to a flop. Laskey check-called 3,000 to see the turn. Laskey checked, Moorman bet 6,900 and Laskey called. The river came , Laskey checked and Moorman took a "Moorman-esque" amount of time to move all in for 22,200.
Laskey folded after several moments and Moorman rebuilt his stack.
|David ODB Baker||18,000||-27,000|
|John Racener||Välja kukkunud|
When we arrived at the table, we saw that Fabrice Soulier and Michael Nellis had gotten in a preflop raising war that saw all of Soulier's chips get in the middle. Soulier held while Nellis had . The board ran true for Soulier, coming , and Soulier doubled up to 51,000.
The players have returned from dinner, and the cards are back in the air.
The players are clearing out of the Brasilia room for their dinner break. Cards will be back in the air at 8:15 local time.
|Mark "Pegasus" Smith||32,000||10,400|