Terence Jordon is climbing in chips early in Day 2, having now surpassed three out of four of the starting flights’ end-of-day chip leaders. The most recent chips came in a multi-way pot, limped twice preflop (1,200) before cut-off Paul Rosner raised to 5,100. Small blind Jordon called, as did Waheed Ashraf next to him.
On the 6s Kc 5h flop, it checked to Rosner, who fired 6,500. Over to Jordon, who check-raised to 13,500, picking up the pot. This brings his stack up near 290,000 (and Rosner’s down to 90,000).