Two of the shorter stacks left in contention just went to war, and it was Antonio Lafosse's chip stack that was left ravaged and depleted.
Lafosse called the 74,000 all-in bet of Justin Oliver, who held , and tabled the to put Oliver at risk.
The perfect flop for Oliver left Lafosse looking for an ace, but the missed him on the turn. He did pick up a gutshot draw to the Broadway straight, but the on the river left him with the second best hand, and a micro-stack with which to attempt his comeback.
Shortly thereafter, Lafosse moved all in with , but John Juanda finished him off with on the board. Lafosse exited in 12th place, while Oliver was left to thank an appearance by his girlfriend Stephanie, and their hoodie-clad pooch Cha-Cha, for the sudden infusion of good fortune.