Last year’s runner-up Tony Dunst is not only still in contention but taking down pots as we enter the final stages of Day 1c. Dunst just added to his stack at the detriment of Thomas Miller.
The board read and while we missed the preflop and flop action, with almost 13,000 in the pot already it was clear the two had been making use of raising chips. Dunst checked the turn in the small blind and Miller, the only other active player, checked behind.
The arrived on the river and Dunst decided on a hefty wager of 13,500. That was too much for Miller who relinquished his hand and forfeited the pot over to Dunst.