It’s all over. 540 came, 280 made day two, 69 went to day
three, 27 to day four and we started the day with six. For almost 100 hands, no
one relented as the button circled the table, but Blaise Ingoglia finally went
out, followed quickly by Chris Bell and Anthony Argila. Then there were three.
David Sklansky started mounting an improbable comeback, but it wasn’t to be. Chris McCormack took the poker PhD out, leaving him with the lead against twenty-one year old Mark Newhouse. Unfortunately for Chris, one big hand saw Mark flop two pair to Chris’ kings. The tide was turned and never turned back.
He came, he saw, he conquered. Mark Newhouse, twenty-one