One-time chip leader Mark Kroon has had a tumultuous Day 3, but he's started to chip back up after the dinner break. We caught up with Kroon and another player staring at a flop of . The player in early position bet 8,000 and Kroon called. On the turn, the aggressor fired again, this time 22,000, and Kroon came along. The peeled off on the river and this time it was checked to Kroon, who bet 21,500. The other player called, and quickly found out the bad news. Kroon tabled for trip sevens, which barely pipped his opponent's .
"Put it in the blog! I'm back!" he told our reporter on the scene as he began raking in his new chips.