And The Crowd Goes Wild…

Jason Senti put a sick beat on Joseph Cheong right before break to double up again (this time to 20.5M). The above shows the crowd going wild and is a good representation of the atmosphere inside the Rio. Good times. If you’re in Vegas, you should stop by. Bang up job by the Ty, Seth, and the WSOP team (as well as ESPN on the production)┬áthis year.

Anyway, only one more level until dinner break. The aforementioned Senti is sixth overall. John Racener is now the short-stack with around 13.7M.

Eliminated earlier was Matthew Jarvis, whose final table appearance was as uneventful as his ESPN coverage leading in. Nice knowing ya…

Jonathan Duhamel is chip leader with around 42M. Despite the bad beat, Cheong is second overall with around 39M. Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi is third with 38.5M. And our new fav Filippo Candio is fourth with around 35M.

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