Kai Landry limped into the pot from the button, and David Dao elected to raise. He made it 124,000 to play, and Landry came along to the flop.
The first three cards off the deck were
. Dao checked, and Landry kept the pressure on with another 150,000 chips. Waving both hands forward in that familiar gesture, Dao announced, "All in." Quickly, Landry called, putting his own tournament life in jeopardy.
In fine shape for a double up, Landry stood to sweat his fate. The turn and river were safe for him, coming
respectively. He does indeed double up, essentially trading chip stacks with Dao.