James Schafer and Michael Drummond tangled in a preflop pot that left Drummond all in for 204,000. He was on the good end, though, working with against Schafer's .
You could almost hear Drummond's heart quicken as the gave him a big sweat with two to come. Schafer used his, "One time," but his prayers would go unanswered. The turn was the wrong shade of black, and the river was a miss, too. When he paid off his debt, Schafer was left with just 59,000 chips.
On the next hand, he three-bet shoved against Alex Dovzhenko, and he was lucky enough to wake up with . Dovzhenko called with and the board has kept Schafer in the game for now.