Mike Watson began the day with 6,900 in chips, but he's since worked his way back over the 20,000-chip mark. Most recently, Watson doubled up through Vadim Pinsky.
Watson began the hand from the under-the-gun position and opened with a pot-sized raise to 2,800. Pinsky called from the cutoff seat, and everyone else folded. On the flop, Watson moved all in 6,900, and while this was larger than the 6,800-chip pot, Pinsky quickly matched it, and the cards were turned over.
Watson tabled the . Pinsky had the .
The turn brought the , and then the river delivered the . Both of those kept Watson in front, and he doubled up. Pinsky was left with 15,000 in chips.