Mark Hughes just doubled up with kings against tens, but his luck ran out against the blistering hot Bruce Peery. To say Peery has had a good few levels, might be the understatement of the year. Peery has amassed almost 1.2 million in chips since the dinner break.
On this hand, Peery raised preflop and Hughes defended in the big blind. The flop was and Hughes checked to Peery. Peery made it 100,000 and Hughes shoved all in. Peery called and Hughes saw the bad news.
Hughes had top pair with , but Peery had pocket kings, . The board ran out and so did Hughes tournament life. He finished in 14th place for $4,619.