Mark Gryglik was down to around 30,000 when he lost most of that in a hand against Ron Burke. Gryglik raised and Bruke made it three bets preflop. Gryglik called, and the players took a flop of . Gryglik checked, and Burke immediatley bet enough to put Gryglik all in. Gryglik had about 9,500, and thought for about a minute before reluctantly folding.
Two hands later, Gryglik put his last 9,500 in under the gun. Action folded to Andrew Brongo, who raised to 15,000. Everyone folded, and the two players were heads up.
Brongo was in a dominating position that only became more dominant when the flop came . The on the turn brought very brief life, but the river was the , and Gryglik was eliminated. Brongo is up to about 200,000 after the hand.