So we started fourteen hours ago with 220 players and we finished at 19. A valiant attempt to get to the table I would say especially as we had the soft sand to work through that is the bubble. The chip leader going in to tomorrow is Jason Boyes on around 970,000 but a double up here and a double up there can change all that. We're be back here for the start of play at 1pm local time tomorrow, where we will play down to a winner who will collect a cool $530,548. That's a big difference to the $13,819 that the next out to get so there is so much pressure for these guys to contend with still. Let's hope they can sleep with all that on their minds and come back fresh for a ding dong battle.
Alexander Meidinger has doubled up through Dan Makowsky, the German made a push in late position with but found a ready caller in Makowsky's . Fate shone the other way though with the board coming out and Meidinger doubles to 325,000 while Makowsky is down to 170,000.
Matthew Waxman raised to 33,000 before Caio Brites moved all in from the next seat for 320,000. Not finished there though as Jim Pannell then moved in for 336,000 from the next seat along. Waxman folded to leave us heads up.
The board ran to bust Caio and propel Pannell up to 720,000.
It's late in the day so you want easy decisions at this point, since if it's complicated, you may make the wrong one due to exhaustion. So you wake up with as Ken Lennard did and your happy to get your stack in. Then you have an opponent in Peter Feldman and he seems just as happy to get his stack in. What can he have? Yup it's .