Over on one of the far tables, Charles "Chuck" Choi got a much-needed double-up off one of the chip leaders.
On a board of , Claude Diel bet out 8,500 and Chuck responded by going all-in for his last 14,000. It was a quick call by Claude and the cards were tabled:
Chuck had hit the set on the flop but would need to dodge a nine or ace to stay alive. The turn blanked out and river cemented the win for Chuck, giving him a double to about 30,000.