Moments after hand for hand play ended with the bursting of the money bubble, we noticed Jonathan Little and Daniel Negreanu were getting lonely over at the far table, and a bit of investigation revealed the reason.
With Little adding an entire wing to his already massive chip castle, it became clear the Day 1 chip leader had notched yet another elimination.
We found out that one hand after eliminating Ryan Eriquezzo with against , Little engaged in a preflop raising war against an opponent holding .
After all of the chips were in the middle, Little found himself way behind with his , but an ace in the window gave him the unlikely advantage in the hand. Two blanks later, and a massive pot was being pushed his way.
Shortly thereafter, we saw a short stack move his last 38,200 in for an all-in move, and Little took time away from stacking his mountain of chips to make the call.
Little's put him in a race against the vulnerable player's , but with the rush Little was on, it was no surprise when the flop came . The turn () and river () changed nothing, and another pelt was added to Little's growing collection of fallen foes.