Towards the latter stages of Day 1 a certain Aaron 'aejones' Jones was stealing the show. He needed a cart-horse to move his chips from table to table he had that many. Then he sat down to the right of Jeff Manza and his stack stacking to droop instead of grow. Manza finally overcame Jones in the last hour to take the chip lead and the pair are seating next to each other once more. The table is a cracker and is sure to hold our attention for most of the day.
|Seat 2||Ryan Fair|
|Seat 3||Kevin Saul|
|Seat 4||Jeff Manza|
|Seat 5||Aaron Jones|
|Seat 5||Eugene Katchalov|
If you survive through this table then you know you have earned it. Here is Jones starting the day in the same way as he finished it - losing chips.
We joined the action on a flop of and Kevin Saul bet 2,700 from the small blind. Aaron Jones was seated in the big blind and he made a raise. Before we could count it Saul moved all-in and Jones called.
The turn was the and river and Saul had doubled up to 97,000. Jones was down to 135,000.
"I just don't want to bubble," said Saul who was shaking his leg like he had drunk twenty cans of red bull.