Not long after folding a hand preflop to Elisabeth Hille's three-bet, Ryan Jones was back at it in a hand versus his neighbor to the left, Joe Bartholdi.
The hand saw Jones check-calling a flop bet from Bartholdi after the first three community cards came . Both players then checked the turn.
The river brought the , and when Bartholdi fired 10,000, Jones called without too much hesitation. Bartholdi then flipped over for trip jacks, and Jones exhaled as he showed one of his cards — the — while mucking.
Jones has nonetheless chipped up during Day 2a and right now sits with just about twice the stack with which he began the day.