Just a short time ago, Terrence Chan was our chip leader with about 150,000. He is now down to 28,000.
That's poker folks.
Action began with Chan in the hijack position. He raised to 4,000 and his lone opponent in the big blind 3-bet to around 11,000. Chan responded by re-popping it again to a bit over 30,000 and his opponent quickly went all in. Chan called and hands were revealed.
No miracle came for Chan as the board ran out .
Chan didn't waste too much time before tweeting about his misfortune.
tchanpoker Terrence Chan
28k, AQ<AA. I'm positive I've run into aces more than any player in the 2012 WSOP. Fuuuuck May 31 2012