Zohar Spivack had the button and opened to 10,000. Martin Malone moved all in from the big blind which was actually a bet for Spivack's stack as he only had 7,000 left behind.
Spivack sat starting at the clock for a bit of time waiting for the next pay jump. From across the table, Jonathan Duhamel called the clock. Eventually, Spivack dumped the rest of his chips into the middle and the hands were tabled.
The board fell and Spivack was able to secure a double up with his pair of nines. He now has around 40,000 in chips.