Zach Gruneberg has chipped up even further, now holding a stack worth more than 19,000 as play continues in Event #6 of the WSOP.
The action folded to Gruneberg who raised from middle position; the hijack reraised and the small blind called to make it three-handed to the flop of .
Both the small blind and Gruneberg checked before the hijack opened. The small blind flat-called, but Gruneberg check-raised his option. The hijack gave his hand up and only the small blind called, before check-calling Gruneberg's bet on the turn of the .
The small blind the checked on the river ; Gruneberg fired out another shell and the small blind player furrowed his brow, puzzled as to what he might have possibly hit. Not that it mattered - the small blind eventually folded after 30 seconds - and Gruneberg raked in the pot, and just in time, as his table got broken down.
We can now confirm that the official number of entrants is 675, with 396 players remaining - including yet another notable to have appeared seemingly out of nowhere: Michael 'The Grinder' Mizrachi, who is currently on 12,700 in chips!