It all started with an open to 12,000 from David Benyamine. The player directly on his left was Bryan Piccioli and he made the call. Another player also through in a call and then it was on Kevin MacPhee in the blinds. At this point MacPhee opted to go with the three-bet shove and it was an extra 45,000 to his opponents. Benyamine didn't want anything to do with the hand and folded, while it wouldn't take long for Piccioli to make the call. The one remaining player got out of the way and the MacPhee's tournament life was at risk.
"Liv! Im all in. I've got kings v. ace-ten," MacPhee called to Liv Boeree who was now watching MacPhee from the rail.
The board was safe for MacPhee as he took down the double-up late into the evening.