First hand heads up, Marc Goodwin raised his button and Phillips called to see a flop. Phillips checked, and Goodwin put in a massive 600,000. After a few moments, Phillips just flatted. An enormous pot already.
The turn came down the innocuous , and indeed they both checked. On to the river and again they checked. Phillips turned over to take the pot -- and Goodwin showed him for a massive draw on the flop that never came through.
Carter Phillips has returned to heads-up play with an addition to his wardrobe -- he's now rocking some sunglasses. He has yet to use the sunglasses all tournament so we'll see if this changes anything.
After a few flopless hands, Carter Phillips raised his button to 210,000 and both Marc Goodwin and Santiago Terrazas called.
It checked around to Phillips, who now continuation bet 375,000. Goodwin flatted, but Terrazas now announced raise -- and pushed his 1.8 million stack into the middle. Phillips got out of the way -- but Goodwin wanted to know how much. After a moment, he pointed at Terrazas. "Call the clock!" he ordered. Then he called.
Bertrand "ElkY" Grosepllier has stopped in on the rail to check out the action after getting some extra sleep. According to buzz around the tournament, ElkY had a pretty eventful night. He was out at a club with some friends where was having a blast before realizing he had a little too much to drink. He attempted to return to his hotel, but something stopped him -- a glass door to be exact.
When ElkY went to walk into the building he thought he was walking through an open doorway into the lobby, but instead smacked his face on the glass door and fell backwards. Rejected from the hotel, ElkY returned back to the club shortly thereafter and continued to have a good night.