Harrison Wilder has taken two big hits to his stack in two of the last few hands leading up to the break and as a result, he's down to almost 250,000 in chips.
Earlier, Wilder raised from the button and Thomas Jamieson folded his small blind before John Myung called from the big blind to go heads-up to the flop of . Myung check-raised Wilder after he opened post-flop, but Wilder called before Myung opened on the turn of the .
Both players then checked the river and Myung tabled for only a small pair, but that was enough to see Wilder kick his hand into the muck.
The button went around once more and Wilder came in with another raise prelfop; Myung was the lone caller again from the big blind and then he check-called Wilder's bet after the flop of . Myung led out on the turn of the , which Wilder called, then Myung fired out again on the river of the .
Wilder raised and Myung called, showing down for trip fives which was enough to take it down. Myung is now up to over 900,000 in chips after those two hands.