After having a massive stack earlier on Day 1, Gerard Piqué is now getting rather short. We watched Piqué play a couple hands and here is what happened:
On the first hand, after a middle position raise to 1,250, Piqué three bet to 3,800 from the button. Action folded back to the original raiser who flatted.
The flop came down and the original raiser checked to Pique who led with a bet of 5,500. The original reraise took about 15 seconds, then reraised to 15,000 which was close to putting Piqué all in. Piqué eventually folded and the original raiser took down the pot.
On the second hand a player raised to 925 from early position and Piqué flatted. No one else called so the two went heads up to the flop. Both players checked to see the on the turn where the raiser put out a bet of 1,600 and Piqué called. The river was the and both players checked. The original raiser turned up his and Piqué mucked.
After those two hands, Piqué is sitting on just about 12,000 chips.