Joon Park has been one of the more animated players on Day 1c. The collection of empty cups sitting beside him may be some inclination to that fact.
In a recent pot, a player sitting to Park's right opened to 42,000 and the action was on Park. The cocktail server was walking by and a player at the table requested a Corona.
"I call the Corona," bellowed Park, "and I call the 42,000."
Park matched the bet and the rest of the table folded.
The flop came down and the original raiser moved all in. Park snap-called.
The board ran out and park's two pair was best.
The last table to act before hand-for-hand play began featured action between Tim Andrew and a heads-up opponent. A completed board lay in the middle and Andrew had put his opponent at risk.
Andrew tabled the and his opponent flashed a top-two pair hand revealing an before his cards went in the muck and he departed in 75th place. Just one spot shy of the money.
The field now sits just one off the money with 75 players remaining. Each table will play hand-for-hand until the bubble pops.
After an open to 20,000 from a player in middle position, Russell Sartin made the call from the big blind, and a flop was delivered.
Sartin called a bet of 8,000 and the hit the turn. Once again, Sartin called a bet of 8,000 and the completed the board. Both players checked and Sartin tabled the to take the pot.