Eddy Sabat moved all in for 49,000 from under the gun and was called by a player in middle position. A player in late position moved all in for 250,000, and it folded back to the middle-position player, who folded.
The board ran out , and Sabat was sent home in 50th place, collecting his sixth cash this summer, which includes two final table appearances.
As told by Melissa Gillett, she bluffed all in and got caught on a board. Her opponent bet the turn, Gillett moved all in with her , and her opponent called, holding a . The river was a and no help to Gillett.
Gillett was in good spirits when she busted, as she has gone deep in several WSOP events this summer. For her first summer at the WSOP, she has four total cashes, including this event and a fourth place finish in Event #12: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em for a total of $149,982.
Gillett said she was planning to to play the Ladies Event, and now she has the freedom to. Expect to see her in the updates tomorrow for Event #70: $10,000 Ladies No-Limit Hold'em Championship (ladies' discounted price is $1,000).