The other David Williams in our field (who we've appropriately named 'Dave Williams' in our chip counts for clarification) has seen his stack slide back t about 62,000. Here's a recent pot that he lost that helped add to the slide a bit.
We caught up with the action on the board and two players had checked to Williams. He bet 2,300 and the first player called. The next player folded.
The fell on the river and the first player checked to Williams again. He fired 6,300. His opponent mulled it over for a bit and then slid out 12,150. Now, that's not a complete raise. A complete raise would have to had been to 12,600. Nothing was said and Williams tabled the , which was also a bit weird because he didn't say anything to declare a call or a fold. Another player at the table not in the hand questioned what was happening and then Williams said that he folded. The dealer scooped in his cards and the unknown player won the pot.