Two back-to-back hands have spelled the end for Brock Parker.
In the first, Phil Hellmuth completed with a and Parker raised with a . Hellmuth called and then bet the next three streets. Parker called all three and then checked after Hellmuth had checked seventh street in the dark.
Hellmuth: (x-x) / /
Parker: (x-x) / /
Hellmuth ended up making an 8-7-6-3-2 low, and it was good as Parker mucked and dropped to just 50,000.
In the next hand, Parker brought it in with a and Ted Forrest called with a . David Bach called with a of his own and it was three-way action to fourth street. Forrest bet, Bach called, and Parker raised. Forrest called, Bach ended up folding, and it was heads-up action to fifth street. Forrest bet, Parker raised all in for 24,000, and Forrest called.
Forrest: / /
Bach: (x-x) / fold
Parker: / /
Forrest made an 8-7-5-4-2 low, which was good enough to beat Parker's 10-7-6-2-A low.
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