Jonathan Duhamel's table is down to five players already but the former WSOP Main Event champ is one of the short stacks on 2,200 after losing a pot to his neighbour.
The river was out to leave a board and Duhamel check-raised his opponent's 375 bet up to 1,075. His opponent tank-called with and it was good as Duhamel only had .
It's looking ominous for Phil Ivey's opponents as he's running good.
He was in the big blind and called the small blind's raise to 125 and the 150 c-bet on the flop. The turn came and Ivey called a 400 bet before both players checked the river. The small blind opened but was tripped up by Ivey's . He's up to 7,700.