Andrey Pateychuk raised to 4,000 and received three callers, including Michael Wang and the two players in the blinds. On the flop, Wang bet 8,500 and the blinds folded, Pateychuk check-called. The Russian then checked again on the turn and Wang bet 25,000 with 40,000 behind. Pateychuk put him all in and one of the biggest stacks at the start of the day seemingly had a tough decision before letting go of his cards.
Martins Adeniya got into a raising war with an opponent and they both had their chips in the middle with the FullTilt Poker Pro at more than double the stack. The opponent was at risk for 31,700 with and Adeniya had . The board ran out and the stack of the Brit was pretty much halved.
Matt Glantz joins the crew at the top of the show to talk about the World Series of Poker schedule, cash game dynamics, the Parx Poker Room, and crumbling vs. crumpling. In the second half the team discusses a bevy of topics, including Joe Cada's win, the Dutch Boyd drama surrounding his third win, what it takes to be an ambassador, and much more.
It was Scott Davies who fell to AP Phahurat and saw the latter climb into the top five chip counts early in the new level. Davies got it in with for top set on the flop and Phahurat held for aces with the nut flush draw. Another club showed up on the remaining two community cards and Davies was gone.
Layne Flack just came by the media table and told us about his elimination. "Two limpers preflop and I was in the big blind and checked with . The flop came rainbow, giving me the nut straight. I checked, one of the guys bet 3,000, I called and the third player folded. The turn was the , putting two hearts on the board. I checked, the other guy bet 4,000, I moved all in and he called. He had ."
Same hand as Flack's with the heart flush draw that would hit on the river to send Flack to the rail.