We noticed that Boris Becker was no longer with us and headed over to Table 18 to find out what happened. According to Olivier Busquet, a player in late position opened with a raise only to have Becker move all in for approximately 7,500 with . His opponent called with the lowly and ended up taking the lead on the flop, which contained one heart. Becker picked up a flush draw on the turn, but missed it as the river blanked.
Meanwhile, Busquet ended up picking up a big pot to eliminate Jacob Bazeley while we were nearby. A preflop raising war resulted in all the chips getting into the pot with the latter being all in for right around 80,000 with . He was racing against the of Busquet, but not after the flop fell . Busquet hit it hard by making two pair, and Bazeley was up out of his seat in preparation for a quick exit.
The turn brought him one step closer to the door, while the river sent him out it. "Good luck, guys," Bazeley offered before taking his leave.