Darren Elias opened with a raise from the cutoff and Paul Volpe made it 40,000 to go from the button. Action came back around to Elias and he four-bet shoved all in for his last 97,000. Volpe called and Elias instantly stood pat. Volpe then went into the tank, pondering his action. Over a minute passed.
"I really don't know what to do," said Volpe.
After a little more thought, Volpe came to the decision to draw one. Elias fanned and Volpe showed . Volpe then reached out for his discarded card and flipped it over, revealing the and showing that he correctly broke a ten-nine.
Volpe squeezed out his new card but quickly saw that it was paint. He flashed the and Elias was awarded the double up. He's now sitting around 235,000 while Volpe has fallen to 133,000.