|Isaac Haxton||partypoker Ambassador||33,000||3,000|
The short-stacked Tyler Bonkowski has been eliminated from the tournament. It just seemed every time we checked in on the 2011 World Series of Poker gold bracelet winner, his stack kept getting smaller.
Some chip counts for you folks at home.
|John Duthie||partypoker Advisory Board||47,150||3,150|
Ami Allibay was eliminated from Event #5 at the hands of Tom Dwan at the end of Day 1. He was able to get his revenge here in the Main Event by busting Dwan out. Allibay told us he got him with versus Dwan's .
From under the gun, Ben Lamb raised to 750. Lance Steinberg called from the under-the-gun-plus-one position and then Jean Pasqualini called from the button. The three of them took the flop and Lamb was first to act. He bet 1,650 and both of his opponents folded.
With this pot, Lamb moved his stack to about 70,000.
Kevin MacPhee and Thibaud Guenegou have just tangled again and the latter came away with the chips once more.
On a flop, MacPhee bet 1,200 and Guenegou quickly called. The turn was the and both players checked. The dealer put the on the river and MacPhee bet 2,250 and was snap-called by his opponent.
I make that 2-0 to Guenegou
We have just seen Tyler Bonkowski leaving the tournament area and there are no chips in front of the space where he once sat.
Sean Getzwiller opened to 850 from UTG+1 and when the action folded around to Eugene Katchalov in the small blind he moved all in for around 8,300. Getzwiller made the call and the hands were revealed.
Katchalov was in big trouble and when the board ran out he was sent to the rail.
Sam Stein will not be adding a second bracelet to his wrist until next year's WSOP because he has just been eliminated. We did not see the hand take place but there is just empty space where he once sat and he was spotted getting into the elevator a short while ago.