Larry Wright was all in holding [9d8s] against Joelle Parenteau and her [JhJc]. The board ran out [AsJsTd6s8c] and Wright was eliminated and indicated to the table he wasn't going to re-enter.
Larry Wright limped in first to act and Sean Winter raised to 60,000 next to speak. From the button, Joelle Parenteau moved all in for 236,000, and after Wright tossed in his last 37,000, Winter called all in. Wright: [9d7c] Winter: [AsAd] Parenteau: [KhKs] The board ran out [Qd8hAcKd9s] and Winter eliminated both Parenteau
Manig Loeser limped in and Larry Wright called before Ben Lamb checked the button. The flop landed [QsQh6c] and Loeser and Wright checked to Lamb who bet 8,000. Loeser and Wright folded, and Lamb collected the pot.
Ben Yu limped in for 4,000 total and Anthony Zinno raised to 22,000 next to act. Larry Wright called in the cutoff, and Yu folded. The [KhTsThTd9c] board checked through to the river where Zinno bet 50,000 and Wright folded. Zinno flashed the [As], and then scooped in the pot.
Action picked up on the flop of [Td8cQh] and Joseph Orsino moved all-in and got a call from Larry Wright who was holding. Joseph Orsino [KhQs] Larry Wright [JcTc] The [Ad] landed on the turn giving Orsino a little extra help. He got all the help he needed on the river when the
Action folded to Alex Foxen in the cutoff who opened to 10,000. Larry Wright was next to act on the button and called for his last 6,000 chips. The blinds folded and the cards were tabled. Wright: [6c6s] Foxen: [AsTh] The board ran out [2sTsJcAc7c] and Wright was eliminated. "Man I can't beat an ace
Action folded to Nick Petrangelo on the button and he moved all in for his last 28,000. Larry Wright was next to act in the small blind and re-shoved for 36,000 and the action moved to Phil Hellmuth in the big blind. "How much more is it, cause I have a
Sean Winter opened to 30,000 in the hijack before Larry Wright potted the button to 120,000. Winter called, and on the [5sAc2h] flop, he checked to Wright who bet his last 4,000. Winter called and then tabled his [AhQdJc6h] to be trailing Wright's [AdKs9h9d]. Wright faded the turn, but when the [6c]
Larry Wright raised the button to 28,000 and Martin Zamani called in the small blind. Parker Mitchell called in the big blind, and the flop landed [As2h4s]. Zamani checked and Mitchell bet his last 82,000. Wright and Zamani folded, and Mitchell was pushed the pot. "I should have potted pre," stated Zamani. "I