Chad Power, chip leader after the second level of the day, has just been knocked out by Trevor Reardon. When we arrived on the scene another player had taken Power's seat and Cliff Goldkind was kind enough to explain to us what happened.
"He lost a huge pot where he got it all in with a straight against a player with a turned straight," Goldkind said. Power's opponent rivered quad aces and doubled up to around 75,000 chips. That man was Trevor Reardon from England and he's now sitting on a comfortable stack.
A little while later Power ended up all in with against another player's and the board brought him no help.