David Williams Eliminated
In one of the first hands of the day Portuguese pro Micel Dattani shoved all in under the gun for a little over 50,000. In the cutoff it was David Williams who was interested. After only taking a glance at his cards he knew what to do: reshove. He went all in for 35,000 more than Dattani's stack and the button and both blinds quickly folded.
Williams had by far the best hand with as Dattani showed . The flop would give Williams a headache probably though, as two clubs popped up: . The on the turn proved to be a blank but the on the river wasn't. Williams calmly counted out the chips he owed and handed them over without any sign of despair.
The next hand there was a raise in front of Williams to 6,500 and he shoved his last big blinds in. The call that followed was quick and Williams would soon find out he needed to hit. His was up against . The board proved no help and Williams got up from the table and left the tournament area.