When the last four hands were announced, Paul Newey said to his table mates that he'd double up three times and fold the other hand. First, Martin Finger shoved from the cutoff with the and Newey called all in for 11,100 in the small blind with . The board came and Newey doubled.
He then folded the next hand and jammed the penultimate hand of the night, showing the . In the last hand of the day, Newey shoved and Ramin Hajiyev asked for a count in the small blind. It was 28,400 to go and Hajiyev then folded. Scott Seiver peeked at his cards and half the table was behind him when he tried to squeeze the second card.
"How much is it again?" Seiver asked and the dealer confirmed the amount. "I have a really good hand," Newey added and Seiver then quickly called after hearing those words.
Seiver burst out in laughter: "How are you doing this to me?" he joked. The board ran out and Seiver improved to a pair of aces to send Newey to the rail. The Brit will however most likely buy back in tomorrow before the start of day 2 to start with a fresh stack of 50,000.