Jarret Nash has been on everyone's lips in the past 2 days. Nash, an American poker player, had made it to Day 5 of the 2012 World Series of Poker Main Event with about 500k chips and had a great chance of making a deep run. But when Day 5 started he was no where to be found. Slowly, he began to blind out, until he was out of chips in Level 22 and finished in 171st place for $44,665.
Later that evening WSOP staff managed to get in contact with Jarret for a comment. Nash told them that he and his wife are non-denominational Christians, meaning that from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday he wasn't able to play poker. However, he had no regrets and he understood the consequences of not playing until after the dinner break, knowing that he would hit the rail.