The last time we checked, 2010 PCA champ Harrison Gimbel was short, so we thought we'd see how he was doing here in Level 5. Unfortunately, we discovered Gimbel is no longer with us.
According to Kyle Julius, who finished as runner-up in this very event last year, Gimbel busted when he held . The flop consisted of three spades, the turn was a , and Otto Lemke held . The two got it all in, and Lemke hit a spade on the river. That was all she wrote for Gimbel.
Meanwhile, we managed to catch Julius in a hand. In it, he opened for 625 and he received a call from Lemke in the cutoff. Ramin Hajiyev then three-bet to 1,800 from the button, Julius four-bet to 4,600, and Lemke got out of the way. Hajiyev gave it some serious consideration, but ultimately laid down his hand. Julius then showed .