The details escaped us, but we do know that David Steicke got his stack all in and was racing against Patrik Antonius.
Antonius was ahead with his pocket tens, which meant Steicke, who won this event back in 2009, needed to improve to avoid becoming the eighth-place finisher.
Studio 3 was eerily quiet as the flop came down to give Steicke the lead with a pair of kings. The Australian let the slightest of smiles cross his face and then watch as the turn and river propelled him to a double.
Unfortunately we're not sure of the counts (limited access and no announcer), but we'll be sure to grab updated counts at the first available opportunity.