Continuing his chip and a chair efforts, Nick Binger went all in for his last 9,000 or so chips and was called in two spots. The flop read and Binger's opponents checked it down trying to combine forces and eliminate the dangerous pro.
Nick's brother Michael, also competing in this Day 2, came over to sweat the all-in moment and Nick held his cards up for Michael to see what he was working with. The turn and river came and respectively, and both opponents checked it down the whole way.
Binger waited to reveal his holding and both opponent's announced "Ace-high." Binger finally showed his for trip queens and after starting our post-break play with only 2,500 chips, which was good for only a single big blind, Binger has multiplied his stack by ten to sit with over 25,000 at the moment.