Yesterday, 2014 World Series of Poker Asia Pacific Main Event champion Scott Davies didn't get through. The American world traveler however is back for more and took the seat in the last level. So far, not much had been happening and Davies had dropped to around 9,000 chips.
The American then opened to 525 and picked up two callers in the blinds. After a flop of , the action was checked to Davies and his simple continuation bet worth 700 went through without any further resistance. Previously, the table also featured Jacob Balsiger but the former November Niner has since vanished.