Kyle Bowker has just been asked a serious river question over at Table #1. The board was out and Bowker's opponent had moved all-in. The bet was for 4,350 and although it wouldn't have eliminated Bowker it would have stung.
"I can't beat your aces-full," said Bowker before folding.
Bowker still has 8,500, just below starting stack.
Another river and another decision this time for 2010 WSOP Player of the Year Frank Kassella. The board was reading and Kassella's opponent had moved all-in for 6,675. Kassella eventually decided to fold but still has twice his starting stack with 12,000.
We believe Isaac Haxton may have been eliminated. We saw him paying off an opponent for 3,100 on a board of earlier. His opponent held and Haxton mucked his hand. He was down to around 2,500 and there is now an empty space where his posterior once resided.
Darren Elias has just doubled up. He managed to get it all-in pre flop holding . His opponent held and the board ran out .