Five-time WSOP bracelet winner Allen Cunningham has popped up on table 49, but he's now down to 2,700 in chips after losing a pot to Evan Schwartz.
Cunningham came in with a raise from under the gun before the flop and the action folded around to the player in the hijack position who reraised before Schwartz four-bet from the small blind. Cunningham flat-called, but the hijack capped the action.
Schwartz and Cunningham both called and the dealer produced the flop of . Schwartz checked to Cunningham who bet; the hijack called and Schwartz check-called all-in before Cunningham and the hijack both checked on the turn of the .
Cunningham then opened on the river ; the hijack called and showed , which was good to take the sidepot off Cunningham. However, Schwartz showed for the bigger overpair and took down the main pot.