In the very first hand of the day, Daniel Hindin, doubled up Joseph Cheong, and the outcome was a mere 86,000 chips in the stack of Hindin. As we reached the end of the level 20 he is sat with 740,000 chips courtesy of a lot of clever play, hard work and the elimination of Dimitar Danchev.
Hindin had already doubled through Danchev before the pair decided to hold a rematch. We are not sure the flow of the action.
So a set of nines for Hindin and Danchev became our 10th place finisher.