Kathy Liebert, a woman, and "Captain POB" Tom Franklin went out early on Day 2. Gavin Smith was out late, finishing tenth and just missing the non-TV-final-table.
Matt "Allinat420" Stout takes the chip lead to final table play, stacked at 1,005,500. He's followed by Jeremy Byrum with 404,500.
Listen, we don't like to prematurely do anything, but we're just going to go ahead and anoint Matt Stout the winner for this one. He's on fire lately and it just seems like his time. Even if "it's his time" means "just winning a WSOP-C title." That's like finding out you inherited a soda company, except it ends up being RC Cola instead of Coke or Pepsi. Sure, you're excited, you own a soda company and all, but it's kind of "meh" too. You'd pull mad tail if you owned Coke. RC, you're probably still paying for sex.
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