Just before the break, we caught a hand where Liv Boeree lost a solid portion of her chips. In the hand, a middle position player raised to 1,000 and Boeree came over the top for 2,100 total. Her opponent called and the flop came down . Action checked to the raiser and Boeree fired out a continuation of 2,000. Her opponent called, allowing the to drop down on the turn. Boeree's opponent check again, she bet 3,600, and he tossed out a call.
The finished the board on the river and action checked Boeree's way one last time. She cut out a bet of 11,000 and her opponent called, tabling for ace-high. Boeree flashed before her cards were pulled into the muck.
During the break, she took to twitter regarding the hand.
Managed to find possibly worst guy in the tourney to 3/b & empty the clip into. Doh. 11k going into 200/400.Follow @Liv_Boeree
Boeree now sits right around 11,000 in chips.