Ryan Messick made it 60,000 to go and Robert Cowen three-bet to 185,000 on the button. What followed was a four-bet to 450,000 by Mezzick and Cowen called. On the flop, Messick continued for 225,000 to earn a call and then jammed the turn for around one million in chips.
Cowen didn't bother asking for a count but quickly folded.
"Nice hand," another player remarked and asked if Messick was going to show his cards. "No, you can see it later on the stream ... oh wait," Messick joked as the action was still in the Horseshoe feature table and not the Mothership yet.
@Kevmath Do online bracelet winners from Pennsylvania events qualify for tomorrow's tournament of champions? Curren… https://t.co/FqLhpK4qMF— Ryan Messick (@Ryan_Messick)
The journey of Messick continues as he won the last WSOP Online Bracelet in Pennsylvania at around 2.35am local time on July 20 and then immediately headed to the airport before playing Day 1 of this very event on no sleep.