On the very next hand, Nick Jivkov raised pot to 105,000, and Bryan Pellegrino moved all in. Jivkov called, and the cards were flipped.
Pellegrino woke up with the rockets at the perfect time, and he was in great shape to get most of the chips back that he just lost. The flop was scary looking at first, coming . Pellegrino was still out in front, and he stayed that way on the turn, the , and the river, the . Pellegrino is back up to 400,000 after that hand, while Jivkov is still well out in front with 1.5 million.