We didn't see where he got all the chips, but Adam Friedman now has a lot of them. We asked Friedman if there was a certain hand where he picked up a lot of chips and he relayed to us a hand where after a raise and a call he flatted with from the big blind. The flop came down and Friedman check-called a bet to see the pair the board on the turn. After checking around again the river came an off suit and Friedman said he fired 15,000 into a pot of about 9,000. He got a call and picked up the relatively large pot for this stage of Day 2. Currently, Friedman is close to breaching the 200,000 mark, but he'll have to pick up a few more pots before he does.
A couple of tables over, we caught Ray Romano involved in a very small hand. After a raise from the small blind, Romano called from the big. The flop came down and the player in the small blind checked. Romano bet 1,500 and after just a few seconds his opponent folded. Romano showed a for top pair as he scooped the pot. With that, Romano was able to push himself very close to 90,000 chips which is a good spot to be here on Day 2.