The last ten minutes have been action packed over at the "Table of Doo." A small pot, a massive pot and three eliminations later and Daniel Lowery is the new chip leader.
It began when a short-stacked Stephen Bokor moved all in preflop holding the on the button and received a call from Lowery, who held the in the big blind. The board ran out and that was all she wrote for Bokor.
In the very next hand action folded to Ray Henson and he put in a standard raise. Lowery, still stacking chips, three-bet, Henson four-bet and Lowery five-bet all in. Henson snap-called off to create a monster 220,000 pot.
It looked like Lowery had stepped in it for a moment, but that quickly changed when the flop delivered him the nuts and left Henson drawing dead. The latter was clearly disappointed and was headed out the door even before the was put out on the turn followed by the on the river.
Grind short stack most of day, build it up to big stack then lose 220k pot, back at it again tmrwMay 17 2013Follow
Minutes later Nick Jivkov busted Josh Arieh in unknown action.