Tristan Wade opened to 80,000 on the button, Chris Moorman called out of the small blind, and the flop fell . Moorman checked, Wade continued for 110,000, and Moorman check-raised to 270,000. Wade went deep into the tank, and eventually he re-raised to 530,000. Moorman started to put in a fourth bet, but as soon as he initiated forward motion, Wade mucked his hand.
Moorman showed the , then mucked as well.
"He's a captain! He's a captain! He's a captain!" Moorman's British contingency chanted from the rail.
Moorman is up to 4.65 million chips , while Wade dropped to 1.86 million.
Tristan Wade raised to 105,000 from the cutoff and Mike Sowers made the call from the big blind. It was heads up to the flop, which saw Sowers check-call a bet of 110,000. Both players proceeded to check the turn and watched as the peeled off on the river.
Sowers checked, Wade bet 215,000, and Sowers gave up on the hand.
Chris Moorman opened to 90,000 from the hijack seat, and Joe Ebanks defended his big blind. The flop fell , and Ebanks checked to Moorman who continued for 125,000. Ebanks mucked, and Moorman won the pot.