Amir Lehavot, who finished third in this very event one year ago, just put his tournament life on the line.
We picked up the action with around 35,000 in the pot and a board reading . Lehavot had checked and his lone opponent bet 11,000. Lehavot responded by check-raising all in for 24,800 more, and his opponent seemed none too pleased. Lehavot sat silently as his opponent debated what to do, ultimately settling on a fold.