We've lost half of our Brazilian contingent at the main featured table.
The pot began with John Esposito opening to 175,000, and Ryan Lenaghan flatted in position. When the decision came to Fabio Sousa -- the newest member of the table --, he squeezed all in for about 1.65 million total. Esposito tanked and folded, but Lenaghan made the call with a chance at the knockout.
The flop was pretty safe for Sousa, but the board pair meant Lenaghan picked up another three outs to the win. The turn provided another three outs by default, and that was not a good thing for the Brazilian. The counterfeit-y landed on the river, and his countrymen in the stands let out a unison, "Awwwwww." One of their guys is out in 42nd place, and they'll be relying on Hilton Laborda from here on out.