Just a few minutes after taking out a player with against , Rupert Elder got himself into another race that was eerily similar to the last.
In middle position Elder had a bet of 5,800 in front of him after some unknown preflop action. From there, a woman in the big blind had reraised to 14,000. Action folded back around to Elder who effectively moved all in by dropping a stack of 100,000 chips in front of him, which was more than enough to put the player at risk. After a few seconds of thought, the player called it off and the two hands were turned up.
The flop was no good for Elder when it came , but the turn was just what he needed when the peeled off to put him way ahead in the hand. The river was the safe and that allowed Elder to notch his second coin-flip knockout in row here in the Main Event.