With just under ten minutes left to play before bagging and tagging his stack, Monte Hoover open-shoved from under the gun, putting his last 130,000 at risk holding .
The action folded around to Jacob Bazeley in the big blind, and he looked pained by his decision while he counted out the chips to call.
Eventually, Bazeley splashed out the requisite calling chips and tabled the , putting him in a race for the rest of Hoover's stack.
The flop fell and Hoover had survived the most difficult part of his all-in confrontation, and the on the turn was another safe card.
Just like that, Hoover went from a sure double up to being eliminated from the tournament in 15th place.