On the river of a board, David Peters shoved in with a pot of about 26,000 in the middle. His bet was effectively for the 10,350 chips that his opponent, Ismael Bojang, had left behind. Bojang spent a few minutes in the tank, eventually making the call for his tournament life.
Peters rolled over , and Bojang waited to see it before he exposed his superior . Peters just shrugged as he paid off his debt, dropping back down under his starting stack to about 27,000 now.