Brazil's Rafael Da Silva Moraes put in a raise from the cutoff and the player in the small blind called. Nick Palma came along from the big and three players took a flop of .
Two checks saw Moraes continue for 3,200, and only Palma called to see the turn. Palma checked, Moraes bet 6,700, and Palma check-raised all in for 19,200.
Moraes, who didn't have much more than that, snap-called with the , which was ahead of Palma's . The river failed to save Palma, and he became one of the early Day 2 casualties. Meanwhile, Moraes chipped up to 40,000 after the hand.