A player in early position raised it up preflop to 1,400, Lauren Kling re-raised to 3,300, the early position player re-raised to 7,100 and Kling moved all in and got called.
Kling had against the of the early position player.
The board ran out and after a count, it was found that Kling was actually left with 225 chips. Only two double ups until she has a whole big blind!
In the last hand before the color up break a monster hand developed on Table 1. The under the gun player limped, the button limped, Tristan Wade completed in the small blind and Jean-Robert Bellande checked in the big blind.
The flop came and action checked to the UTG player, who jammed for 11,300. The button called, Wade folded and Bellande also shoved, having over 46,000. The button called Bellande's all in and the hands were tabled.
The turn came and river fell . Bellande's full house took both pots and is around 104,000.
We caught action on the flop between Tristan Wade and an opponent with the flop . The player in the big blind checked and Wade bet 1,325. His opponent made the call. The came on the flop and his opponent checked again. Wade bet 2,100 and his opponent called. The hit on the river.
The player in the big blind checked, Wade bet 6,500 and his opponent made the call. Wade flipped over for a queen high flush and his opponent folded his hand into the muck.
Christina Lindley had spent most her afternoon grinding a smaller stack. She's knocked out two players in the last ten minutes, chipping up considerably.
Lindley opened for 1,500 from under the gun and was called by the button and both blinds. The flop fell and it was checked to her. Lindley fired 3,800 and the players that didn't believe her raise now folded and she dragged another pot. She's up to 55,000.
Men "The Master" Nguyen opened for 1,700, the small blind called and Jeff Williams raised to 4,500. Nguyen insta-raised with a 20,000 stack of 1,000 chips, the small blind folded and Williams moved in for just over 25,000. Nguyen called and tabled and Williams held .
The board ran and Williams scored big double up to 52,000. Nguyen slipped to around 40,000.
Tommy Vedes moved all in preflop and was called by the player to his right after action folded around. Vedes tournament life was at stake holding against his opponent's .
The board ran and Vedes was sent to the rail.
David "Bakes" Baker has been making moves recently here late on Day 1.
We got to the table when this hand was on the turn with a lot of money already in the pot. The board read and Bakes had bet 11,500 into the pot from early position. The player behind made the call and the river was dealt.
Bakes wasted little time and moved all in for 34,000. The player behind folded and Bakes scooped the massive pot. He is up around 80,000 which is about double average at this point in the tournament.
We caught Isaac Baron checking a flop of to his opponent who bet 5,800. Baron reraised to 12,000 and his opponent called.
The fell on the turn. Baron bet 15,500 and his opponent moved all in. Baron folded and his stack is down to 28,000.
Jean-Robert Bellande raised to 1,400 preflop and the player on the button called. The flop came . Bellande bet 2,000 and his opponent called.
The fell on the turn and Bellande checked. His opponent bet 3,800 and Bellande called. Both players checked when the hit on the river.
Bellande sits with 30,000 in chips.