|Blinds||12,000 / 24,000|
|Average Chip Stack||351,429|
A sizeable four-way pot that included Russell Sartin and Layne Flack had a mountain of chips in the middle. The action was on the flop of a board and after two checks, Sartin bet 125,000.
Flack moved all in for about 500,000 and that scared away all of his tablemates.
Jeff Miller opened to 16,000 only to see Ylon Schwartz three-bet to 80,000 in the small blind and Sandeep Pulusani flat in the big. Miller made the call and a flop was dealt.
Schwartz bet the pot, Pulusani moved all in for slightly more, and Miller called off having just 6,000 behind. Schwartz actually had a bit less than Pulusani, and made the call.
The board ran out and Miller scooped the main pot while Pulusani captured the big side pot. Schwartz was covered by just 15,000 and was eliminated.
Kevin MacPhee and Mikhail Semin are among the latest group of players to be eliminated late on Day 1c. Semin fell in 55th place to earn $605 and MacPhee laddered up to 45th place and took home $750.
Joon Park has been one of the more animated players on Day 1c. The collection of empty cups sitting beside him may be some inclination to that fact.
In a recent pot, a player sitting to Park's right opened to 42,000 and the action was on Park. The cocktail server was walking by and a player at the table requested a Corona.
"I call the Corona," bellowed Park, "and I call the 42,000."
Park matched the bet and the rest of the table folded.
The flop came down and the original raiser moved all in. Park snap-called.
The board ran out and park's two pair was best.