Patrik Antonius was first to act and came in with a standard raise only to have a short-stacked Gus Hansen move all in for 259,000. Both blinds got out of the way and Antonius thought for about 90 seconds before making the call.
Hansen was ahead, but Antonius picked up a straight draw on the flop. The turn was nothing special, meaning Antonius needed a ten or aces on the river to eliminate Hansen. Luckily for the "Great Dane," the peeled off and he doubled on the hand.