Bise Having a Rough 24 Hours
Two-time WSOP bracelet winner Emil Bise has had a rough 24-hours. He busted just outside the money in yesterday’s $50,000 Diamond High Roller, and has lost most of his 100,000 starting stack throughout the four and a half levels of play that have taken place on Day 1b of the Main Event.
His chip stack shrank even lower after just losing a pot.
Bise opened to 2,000 from under the gun and was called by Symeon Alexandridis from the cutoff.
The 8 of Spade, 7 of Spade, 3 of Spade, flop checked through to the 8 of Diamonds, turn. Bise bet 2,500 but folded when his opponent made it 8,100. The dent to his stack sees him on 31,000.
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