Barry Greenstein raised in the cutoff and after quite a bit of thought, Isaac Haxton three-bet from the small blind. Greenstein re-raised and Haxton called all in to put his tournament life at risk.
The flop was a kind one to Haxton as it came to pull him into the lead. Greenstein would need to hit a ten or some kind of running straight or flush cards to eliminate Haxton. The on the turn meant that Haxton would have to avoid a ten or a queen now to survive. The river was the and Haxton won the hand to double up.