We missed the preflop action, but when we got to the table, Ty Stewart and Donald Michael were heads up on a flop that read . Stewart fired out a bet of 25,000, which was just about half his stack, and Michael responded by moving all in. Stewart thought for just a few moments, shrugged, and made the call. The two flipped their cards, and Micahel was out in front.
Stewart would need to catch another pair or runner runner straight to survive, and he didn't get it on the turn, the . The river brought the , and the WSOP executive director hit the rail. Meanwhile, Michael is enjoying a monster chip lead, as he now has 400,000, nearly double anyone else in the room. We are now re-drawing for the final 18 players