In the first hand we saw a short stack move all in and Christopher Dimmig called on the button, Stephen Graner in the small blind tanked for a while and checked his cards. He ended up folding, admitting to his opponents he'd folded pocket queens.
The board ran out and Dimmig scooped a nice pot.
The very next hand would see a bigger pot develop, starting with a Filip Vanherck raise and Dimmig jumping into the action again. By the turn the board showed , Vanherck bet 167,000 and Dimmig raised to 335,000. The Belgian then tanked for minutes before announcing all in.
Dimmig snap-called and tabled and Vanherck appeared a little shell-shocked when turning over his . The completed the board, and when all was done and dusted, the Belgian had about 250,000 left and a new chip leader was crowned.