Keiko Lim (Japan)
Keiko Lim was part of the biggest hand of the tournament. She had 77 and got all her chips in only to discover she was holding a slingshot vs. AA of Judy Follmer and KK of E-Tay.
"I wish I looked down at a bad hand instead of sevens, then I would have folded" said Keiko.
Aces held and Judy felted Keiko (shorter stack) and E-Tay in one swoop.
Keiko is used to 18 hour workdays as she is in the accounting finance business and attends Graduate studies.