Bojan Gledovic Eliminated in 17th Place (£33,285)
Bojan Gledovic had about 470,000 chips left in front of him when he got his money all in with . That's not too bad a hand, but it doesn't tend to play well when a guy like Dan Fleyshman wakes up with right next door.
The cards were on their backs, and Gledovic was already standing to gather his things as the dealer ran out a board full of blanks, as far as he was concerned. It came , and that's all she wrote for Gledovic. It was his second cash at the 2010 WSOP; his only other career result is a 165th-place showing in the Main Event, good for $57,102.
Again, it's tough to get a good count for Fleyshman, but our math puts him exactly tied with the chip leader, he and Ronald Lee both with 1.49 million chips apiece, give or take a few.