David Webb is out after two consecutive pots went afoul.
In the first, Webb opened with a button raise, and Alexander Borteh called from the big blind. On the flop of , Borteh check-raised to two bets, and Webb made it three bets to go. Borteh called the extra small bet, and the two men check-checked the turn. When the fell on fifth street, one Borteh bet was enough to scare Webb out of the pot quickly.
The following hand, Webb raised from the cutoff, and big blind Domenico Denotaristefani made the call. Just like the last hand, Webb was check-raised on a flop of , and he made it three bets to go. His opponent re-reraised, and Webb reraised all in. He turned up only to see that Denotaristefani's had out-flopped him in a big way. The on the turn was a blank, and so was the river, and Webb's evening is done.
Steve Chanthabouasy raised it up from the cutoff and Phil Gordon made the call from the big blind.
The flop fell down and Gordon fired out 3,000 only to be raised by Chanthabouasy. Gordon made the call for his tournament life and the cards were tabled.
Unfortunately for Gordon the turn and river would fall running jacks and tens to see his pair of fours counterfeited by Chanthabouasy's ace-high as he made his way to the rail while Chanthabouasy stacked his chips to around the 155,000-chip mark.
In virtually a copy and paste scenario from the previous hand, David Webb entered the pot under the gun with a raise to 6,000 only to have Domenico Denotaristefani three-bet to 9,000 from the small blind. Webb made it 9,000 and Denotaristefani raised to 14,500 to put Webb all in.
The board ran out to see Webb find another double through Denotaristefani to 32,000 as Denotaristefani slips to 160,000 in chips.