Michael Watson raised to 45,000 and then called when Tristan Wade three-bet to 112,000.
The flop came down a very draw heavy and Wade lead into Watson with a bet of 106,000. Watson made the call and we saw the land on the turn. Wade did not slow down, instead he bet 202,000 and sent Watson into the tank. He emerged a full minute and a half later with a fold.
Watson looks slightly un-composed for the first time in this entire tournament. Does Wade not only have a two-to-one chip advantage but also a mental one too?