On the table of possible chip leader Cameron Tullis we noticed a big pot going on with a board already completed. After the big blind had checked, Alexander Sun bet 900 into a 2,500 pot, then the big blind check-raised all in for 5,300 to send Sun into the tank.
Sun eventually made the call and turned over the for the flush whereas his opponent showed . The chips were counted and Sun doubled up.
Meanwhile on the table of our very own Chad Holloway, Shaun Harris had a rather rough start but since doubled up "a couple of times." The WSOP dealer who has dealt several final tables over the last few years is now back up to a healthy 6,050 in chips.