We caught the action with the board reading and a short-stacked John Gordon facing an all-in bet by Jonathan Driscoll. Gordon went deep into the tank and began talking to Drsicoll, trying to draw a bead on what his opponent held.
After stating assertively "see, I don't think you want a call," Gordon decided to risk his tournament life with his , which was good for middle pair and a flush draw.
Driscoll showed down his and optimistically said "I've got a ton of outs," as the dealer prepared to burn and turn. He needed to spike an ace, a ten or any heart to win the pot.
Gordon's incredible call panned out and he doubled through Driscoll. Complete chip counts for this table are coming shortly.