Ben Warrington raised to 4,500 from middle position and was called by the player in the hijack seat. Warrington tested the waters with a 5,500 bet on the flop and was called. Both players then checked down the turn and river, Warrington's losing out to the .
A couple of hands later, Warrington raised to 4,500 once again and was called by Jerry Yang on the button. The pair watched on as the flop came into play, Warrington greeting it with a 5,500 continuation bet. Yang called and it was off to the turn.
Warrington initially checked, but then folded when Yang set the price to play at 11,000.
He may have lost a little ground but Warrington still has almost quarter of a million chips and is in a very comfortable position right now. The same can be said of his table mate Roberto Romanello who has 214,000 chips.