We just lost one of our three remaining bracelet winners, Dutch Boyd. We caught the action on the flop which read and Boyd saw his 10,000 bet got raised and he made the call. The turn was the and Boyd checked to Mascio who fired out 20,000. Boyd tanked for a bit before sticking in his final chips and Mascio made the call.
Boyd showed and was up against . Mascio had already made broadway and with no low possibilities Boyd was looking for a king or a queen to hit a full house or chop the pot with the same straight if a ten hit the river. The two time WSOP champion als had a flush draw to add to his outs but the river was the giving just a slightly improved hand, but he was not able to beat Mascio's straight. Boyd goes home in 17th place.