David Peters has doubled up after having a set of tens paid off moments ago.
We joined the action on a board reading where Peters led for 2,200 from his seat in late position. His only opponent at this stage of the hand was the gentleman seated on the button, who called. The river was the and Peter sat riffling a pile of blue 500 chips while he decided what action to take. Peters' every move was been watched by Joseph Cheong at the other side of the table. After 45 seconds, Peters moved all in and his opponent called.
Peters turned over for a set of tens and his opponent sat with his cards in his hand, completely motionless for 10 seconds before mucking.