We saw some commotion in the far corner of the room and made our way through the numerous TV cameras to discover an all-in pot.
Simeon Naydenov was all in for 75,000 or so holding the and was called by Danny Covyn, who seemed relieved to discover his was out in front. Naydenov seemed resigned to his fate, which came to fruition after the board ran out an uneventful .
Naydenov was sent to the rail two spots shy of the money, which means we're no on the bubble. Hand-for-hand play will now be instituted.