It has not been a very good day at the office for Kevin MacPhee. Two big losses to Chris Moorman and Nabih Zaczac lowered his stack from 136,000 to just 8,000. Those 8,000 chips are now nestled nicely in the stack of Andy Lichtenberger and here is how it happened.
Lichtenberger raised to 4,200 in early position, Chris Moorman called in the hijack seat before Kevin MacPhee moved all-in from the small blind. Lichtenberger isolated the hapless MacPhee with a raise to 20,200 and Moorman folded.
The ace on the river enough to put MacPhee out of the competition.
"I folded ace-ten. I am such a fish," said Moorman.