Chip leader Jonathan Little raised his small blind to 27,000, and Erick Lindgren rerasied to 70,000 from the big blind. With more than enough chips to put Lindgren to the test, Little slid a stack of 600,000 forward to set "E-Dog" all in if he called.
Holding the , Lindgren did just that, and his suited big slick was racing against Little's .
When the flop came , Lindgren had flopped everything short of the nuts, and he now needed any king, queen, jack, or club to complete his hand.
Lindgren found one of his outs and had Little drawing dead. The was meaningless on the river, and Lindgren secured a double up through the chip leader to move one step closer to claiming that position for himself.