Ricardo Pereira and November Niner Eoghan O'Dea mixed it up in a big preflop pot that left O'Dea all in for what looked like about 25,000. Pereira was working with , but he'd run his Big Slick right into the of the Irishman.
Things went south in a hurry, though. The flop brought and a crushing blow to O'Dea's chances, now needing to find the case ace to double up. The turn and river came , , though, and that's not going to get it done. It's the end of the road in Event #2 for O'Dea, but he's still got a few chances left to lock up a bracelet this year. Including that little party of nine he's returning to in Las Vegas next month.