Andrew Barber has remained active throughout the day, and is among our chip leaders because of it.
In one hand he was heads-up with Freddy Deeb in a three-bet pot. Deeb wanted to put a fourth bet in preflop, but the floor ruled that it was a call. The dealer fanned , and Barber check-called a bet from Deeb.
Both players checked the on the turn, and the river brought the . Barber check-called another bet, and tabled for a straight and an eighty-seven low. Deeb mucked, and Barber scooped the pot.