Just before the break Ami Barer was eliminated from the tournament. Tony Hachem was more than happy to fill us in on the details.
The action started with the 2014 champion raising to 3,000 from under the gun before the player in middle position moved all in over the top. The decision folded back around to Barer who called for his remaining 9,000.
Barer had the best hand until the board ran out giving his opponent the more dominant full house and therefore winning hand.