Bob Woolley opened with a raise to 600 from early position, then the player to Woolley's left reraised to 1,600. Tom Schneider was next to act, and he reshoved over the top with his last 6,400. It folded back around to Woolley who reraised again all in, and the player in between him and Schneider let his hand go.
Woolley and Schneider then tabled their cards, showing that Schneider's hard luck couple of levels had continued. Schneider had , but Woolley . "Wow, and same suits, too," commented Greg Raymer.
The board came , and Schneider was eliminated on the last hand of Level 2. He and Woolley shook hands, and the Donkey Bomber departed. Meanwhile Woolley bounces back to 23,175.
"Didn't have the heart to tell him I'd folded ," said Raymer afterwards. Meanwhile the third player who'd folded to Woolley's shove said he'd folded pocket jacks.