There were some fireworks on the last hand of the night, one that resulted in an elimination and a massive double.
It began when Tony Ruberto opened for 20,000 under the gun and Davidi Kitai three-bet to 48,000 from the button. A short-stacked Jake Toole then four-bet all in for 65,000 total from the big blind, Ruberto announced that he too was all in, and Kitai called off for 364,000.
Ruberto couldn't believe his luck in the last hand of the night, while Toole began to collect his things. Kitai was on his feet as his tournament life was on the line, but he stayed in the lead on the flop. The turn made Kitai extra nervous as it gave Ruberto a flush draw, but it didn't come in as the blanked on the river.
With that play has come to an end here on Day 2. Stay tuned for official chip counts and a full recap of the day's action.