After an opponent in the cutoff raised all-in for 4,400, James Miller watched as the small blind three-bet to 10,000. Miller looked down and squeezed his cards, and then quickly announced that he was all-in for his last 15,100. The small blind made the call and the three players revealed their holdings.
Miller had both opponents in terrible shape, and after the board rolled out his pair of kings were good for the triple-up. He now sits with 35,500 chips as the bust outs continue to pile up on Day 2.