We arrived at the table, with the board spread out , and 6,500 chips already in the middle.
2012 WSOP Main Event runner-up, Jesse Sylvia, checked his option from the small blind, as did the player in the big blind, before their oppoentn on the button bet out 2,500. Sylvia thought about his decision for over a minute, before making the call, as the player on the button did the same.
The player on the button then turned over his for the winning hand, as Sylvia upsettingly mucked his hand, followed by the third player in the hand.
Sylvia has dropped to 12,500, and will be looking to recover quickly, if he wants to make back-to-back deep runs in the Main Event.