David Williams' chip stack has been on a steady decline today and has recently vanished in a matter of a few hands.
In a recent hand, a player in middle position raised to 3,600 and was called by Williams in the small blind.
The flop brought and both players checked.
Williams led out for 5,600 when the came on the turn. His opponent called.
Williams then check-called a 14,800 bet from his opponent when the fell on the river. His opponent revealed for a straight and Williams mucked, dwindling down to just 41,000 after being up to 120,000 earlier in the day.
A few hands later, we missed the action but saw Williams leaving his seat and heading for the rail after getting into a confrontation with Kevin Saul, who currently sits with 105,000.