In one of the first hands after the break, Steve Stencil came out second best against Arkadiy Tsinis over on table 367.
Tsinis raised from UTG +1 preflop and the action folded around to Stencil who called from the big blind, before check-calling Tsinis on both the flop of and the turn of the .
Both players then checked the river before Tsinis showed down ; that was enough for Stencil to kick his hand into the muck.
Tsinis is up to 42,000, but Stencil is still sitting comfortably with 43,000. The same can't be said for Dustin Graves, whose PokerNews Tournament ID tracking card has just come across our desk here in media row. That's never a good sign.