Isabelle Mercier is currently missing in action, her seat is empty, should mean that she's out.
A player in Seat 4 raised to 600 in late position and Joe Sebok moved all in from the big blind. Seat 4 only had 2,425 total and made the call for his tournament life.
The board ran out , giving Seat 4 the double up and crippling Sebok, who was left with just 1,425.
The very next hand, the player in Seat 3 raised to 550 and Sebok moved all in. Seat 3 called and showed which was dominated by Sebok's .
When the flop came , Sebok threw up his hands in frustration and said, "Nice hand." Even before the appeared on the turn, Sebok was out of his seat gathering his things. The on the river made it official, Sebok is out of the tournament.
On the very next hand, Baker moved in from the small blind and was called by the big.
The board spread out and Baker is out of the tournament.
David Daneshgar limped in on the button and David Baker checked in the big blind.
The flop ran out and Baker fired a 800-chip bet. Daneshgar popped it to 1,600, leaving a few hundreds back, and Baker tanked call.
The turn was a and Baker moved all in. Daneshgar called.
The river card was a and Baker slipped to 4,500.
A player in early position opened the pot, and Teddy Monroe moved all in. he was called.
The Iceman tabled and his opponent showed .
The board ran out and Monroe is now up to 2,500 chips.
Lee Markholt was priced in to call an opponent's all in for around 1,400. Markholt was in bad shape with his against the of Seat 5.
The flop came and Markholt promptly asked for a heart. Unfortunately for him, the on the turn left him drawing dead. The on the river made it official and Markholt dropped to 11,000.
Marcin Horecki opened the pot with a 825-chip raise in early position, and the small blind moved all in for about 4,500 chips. The Polish player called and tabled pocket eights.
The small blind showed .
The board, gave Horecki 14,000 chips.
Mike Beasley, who finished second to Vanessa Selbst in a recent NAPT event, was left shaking his head in disgust after the last hand. On a board reading , Beasley and his opponent got all of the chips in. Beasley showed for top pair with a good kicker but his opponent showed for a set.
Beasley took a hit of around 5,000 to his stack, leaving him with abround 5,800.
Just before the dinner break, a number of players were asking Jennifer Tilly if she'd sign their registration cards. Of course she obliged. Meanwhile, Chris Moneymaker looked on without much to do.
We're now on a 20-minute break.