It's been total domination for Mark Demirdjian over on Table 420, recently seeing his stack increase to the dizzying heights of over 400,000. Demirdjian started the day with over 100,000 and was then moved to the Day 1a chip leader, William John's table. Demirdjian then seemingly proceeded to take a huge majority of John's stack and has been winning small pots ever since.
We recently watched Demirdjian take down a hand that started with an early position player opening it up to 1,325. The player on the button made the call, along with the small blind and Demirdjian in the big blind. On the turn, the play was checked to the preflop aggressor and only Demirdjian would make the call. Both players then checked the turn and it was on to the river. This time Demirdjian would led out for 4,600 and a fold from his opponent would see more chips enter his gargantuan stack.