We're not sure if the money went in preflop or on the flop, but when we arrived at the table, Antonio Esfandiari was all in and at risk for around 120,000 with . Dan Shak had him at risk with , and Esfandiari was in great shape to double on a board of .
The spiked on the river, however, and Shak recorded the KO with a set of queens.
These two players have a history of crazy hands against one another, dating back to the 2010 World Series of Poker Europe. We'll keep an eye out to see whether or not Esfandiari reenters the tournament.