The board read when we came upon Cory Winchar and Liv Boeree heads up in a hand. Winchar moved forward 36,000 and Boeree thought for about thirty seconds before flinging out a call.
The final community card was the . After it hit the felt, Winchar announced an all in bet for 111,000. Boeree called the bet and was shown for a rivered set of nines by Winchar. Boeree heaved a huge sigh, slammed her hand on the table, and flipped up for a losing two pair. The PokerStars Team Pro was forced to ship the chips to the next seat over and is now down to just 100,000 in chips.
Winchar, on the other hand, is sitting pretty with around 345,000 in chips.