With around 26,000 already in the pot and the board reading Oliver Speidel pushed in 35,000 and it was Rupert Elder's turn to act. Speidel's bet almost covered Elder's stack and he took a couple of minutes to make the decision. He had finally opted to go all in and Speidel snap-called.
Elder showed while Speidel flipped . Elder's nine gave him a better second pair and he doubled up.