Brock Parker has just taken off a small pot off Australia's Tim Marsters to move up to 7,800 in chips as we approach the dinner break.
We caught the action between Marsters and Parker heads-up on a flop that read ; Marsters check-raised after Parker bet after the flop, then did the same on the turn of the before the dealer produced the on the river.
Marsters checked out of frustration and Parker quickly fired out a bet. "Pretty sure that's the worst river card for me in the deck," he groaned before tossing his hand into the muck. Marsters is down to 4,500 in chips.