James Mitchell was at one point the chip leader yesterday after coolering someone with set over set. He had over 200,000 at the time but from that pile of chips none remain at this time. He busted some minutes ago after already starting the day short.
He pushed from the hijack position and Patrick Bruel made the call from the big blind. Bruel had just but was in front against Mitchell's suited . According to the free PokerNews Poker Odds Calculator Bruel had a 59.10 percent chance of winning the hand while Mitchell had 40.29.
Bruel flopped a pair but Mitchell's chances improved to 45.56 percent after the flop. The on the turn and on the river didn't help the man from the United Kingdom though and well before the money stage Mitchell left the tournament.