Another player has been knocked out of the tournament after what seemed to be the longest hand so far in the event.
Pre-flop, Devan Tang made a raise to 32,000 from under the gun. The button shoved all-in and when action went over to Budi "Kevin" Hartono in the small blind, he went all-in as well.
After the big blind, action went back to Devan, who tanked for a long, long time. All the while, a large crowd had gathered around the table as people wanted to know if he was going to call or fold.
Devan then asked for a count of the additional chips he needed to call with and got 55,000 as an answer. He then went back to tanking some more, doing all the math in his head and trying to figure out what to do. After being repeatedly called time on, he finally made the fold.
The all-in player showed but was behind Kevin's .
"I had pocket fives," said Devan.
If that was the case, then it was already all over for the at-risk player. The board ran out and the player got up from his seat and left the tournament area.
We are now hand for hand as there are 16 players left. A total of 15 will be making it to Day 2 tomorrow.