We noticed Poker Hall of Famer Mike Sexton was no longer seated at one of the outer tables, which led us to believe that he had been eliminated from the tournament. Sure enough, a quick check with some of the players confirmed that he had fallen in the latter half of Level 6.
According to one of the players, Sexton raised from middle position with and the player in the big blind defended with . The flop gave both players a little something, and before long Sexton's chips were in the middle. Another on the turn gave the big blind a full house, and a on the river officially put an end to Sexton's 2014 WSOP.