We caught up with the action on a board, where Nam Le was heads-up in the hijack position against an opponent in the big blind. Le's opponent bet 1,750 and Le tossed in a call.
The completed the board and Le's opponent fired against for 3,450. Le cut out and call and shuffled it many times as he thought the hand over. He eventually committed it to the middle and his opponent revealed for two-pair. Le could only shake his head and muck.
Le is down to his last 8,500 after being up to nearly 40,000 earlier in the day.
Jason Koon raised to 1,500 from under the gun and action folded around to the player in the cutoff, who three-bet to 3,100. It was folded back around to Koon, who made the call.
Koon checked and his opponent c-bet for 3,200. Koon called to see a turn, which brought the . Both players checked, however, Koon would fire out 5,200 when the completed the board. Koon's opponent tanked for a bit, but peaked one last time at his hand and mucked it.
Action began with a player in middle position opening to 1,200. He was called by another player on the button, but Layne Flack decided to squeeze to 4,200 total from the big blind. The initial raiser folded rather quickly and so did the player on the button after some thought.
"I thought you were full of it," fellow tablemate Vanessa Selbst said to Flack. Flack said something back, but it was too quiet to hear.
Scott Montgomery opened to 1,200 from middle position and found callers in both the player in the cutoff and the big blind for a three-way pot.
The flop came and both the player in the big and Montgomery checked. The cutoff player flung a 1,800 bet into the middle, which was enough to get the player in the big blind to fold, but not Montgomery, who made the call.
The turn brought a and Montgomery checked again, prompting a 3,800 bet from his opponent. Montgomery didn't take long to slide his hand into the muck.
Montgomery, who final tabled the main event in 2008 and won a bracelet in 2010, is still in good shape with 44,000.