Further misery for Pat Pezzin -- he's down to 800,000 now after handing another chunk of his stack to Greg Mueller this time.
Blind on blind, Mueller raised and Pezzin called to see a flop. Mueller bet out and Pezzin called to see a turn. Mueller bet out again and once more Pezzin called to see a river, but not before Mueller had checked in the dark. Pezzin checked too, but whatever he was holding it couldn't beat Mueller's pocket .
Nevertheless it was not Hawrilenko who was first to bust out post-dinner.
Matt Glantz raised his cutoff and Pat Pezzin called in the big blind. Glantz was short enough to get the rest of his chips in on the flop and Pezzin was happy to call with second pair and a flush draw, which came in on the turn.