James Woods was one of the big stories coming into today, as he bagged up over 100,000 chips. Well he's picking up right where he left off, as he just busted WSOP bracelet winner David Singontiko.
Singontiko raised it up to 2,500 in late position, and Woods made it 10,000 in the big blind. Singontiko shoved, and Woods snap called, having Singontiko covered.
As soon as Woods called, Singontiko knew he was in trouble, as he let out a big sigh and looked up at the ceiling. Short of flopping a ten, it was a dream flop for Singontiko, coming . Singontiko could now catch a queen or a seven to win, in addition to a ten, but the board completed and .
Singontiko headed to the exits, while Woods jumped up to 140,000.
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