Tue Phan started out the day second in chips with 115,000, but he has lost all those chips by now, handing the keys to the kingdom to Brian Odonoghue.
We picked up the action on the turn as Phan bet 7,000 on . Odonoghue raised it up to 22,000 and Phan made the call. The turn brought the to the table and Phan check called a 14,000 bet by Odonoghue. The river was the and Phan checked again. Odonoghue put his opponent all in for his last 55,000 and after three minutes of tanking, Phan decided to call.
Odonoghue showed for the nut flush and Phan tabled . That big pot made Odonoghue into one of the chipleaders, while Phan departed probably wondering 'what could have been'.