Jack Ward raised to 32,000 in the cutoff and Paul Magriel tanked for a a short while on the button. He stood out of his chair several times to get a good look at Ward's stack. Finally, he put in a hefty raise to 120,000. The blinds got out of the way and Ward called, leaving himself 9,500 behind.
The flop came down and Ward put in his last 9,500, sending Magriel into the tank for a good while before ultimately calling with . Ward tabled and appeared well on his way to double up, but the hit the turn and gave Magriel two outs to win. However, the river was not one of them and Ward found the crucial double.