David Peters made it 20,000 to go on the button before Sergio Garcia pulled out his driver from the big blind and mashed all of his chips into the middle. He was all in for 114,000 and Peters made the call.
The flop kept Garcia in the lead when the fell. No ace or jack came on the turn when the landed, but even that card helped Peters a little bit as it added him some outs to a gutshot. Needing an ace, jack or deuce, Peters couldn't find what he needed when the fell and Garcia was able to double up.
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