Kyle White started things off by opening to 17,000 from the cut-off, before Ryan D’Angelo raised it to 41,000. The option was on Connor Driman on the small blind, who asked for White’s count, before thinking about his decision for a minute. He finally opted to call, as the play moved to Andrew Robl in the big blind. He looked down at his cards for the first time in the hand, and then went into the tank. After a few minutes, he reached for a stack of 5,000-chips, and slid out a raise to 95,000. White mucked instantly, before D’Angelo thought for a moment, before deciding to let it go.