Paul Parker Eliminated in 20th Place (€5,580)
After being moved to the feature table, Raul Paez moved all in after action folded to him in the small blind. He was putting the pressure on Paul Parker, who was in the big with around 300,000. Parker looked at his cards and hesitated. It was the kind of hesitation that suggested he just might called, which he did.
Paez looked as if he'd been caught with his hand in the cookie jar, but he was drawing to two live cards. Wouldn't you know it, the flop brought one of them.
"That's not good," Parker said. The turn gave him a gutshot straight draw to go with his pair of nines, but the river failed to help him. Paez ended with two pair and sent Parker to the rail in 20th place.
"Unlucky," a few players offered Parker, who didn't seem too upset all things considered.