Eric "basebaldy" Baldwin just scored a key double up, crippling Charles Combes in the process.
The action began when Combes opened to 2,400 before the flop, raising Baldwin's big blind from the button. Baldwin decided to take a flop, and the dealer fanned the across the felt.
Baldwin tapped the table and Combes continued his line with a bet of 3,400, to which Baldwin responded with a reraise, making it 8,200 to play. Undeterred, Combes three-bet to 15,800, staring across the table as Baldwindd the same.
Eventually, Baldwin grabed his remaining chips and hoisted them into the middle, moving all in for his last 57,800. Combes snap-called, but he was dismayed to find Baldwin had flopped a set with his . Although he still had four outs to a full house with his , Combes couldn't find any paint on the turn () or river (), and just like that the majority of stack was shipped to Baldwin.