Gilse Olsen was pretty short with exactly 12 big blinds in his possession when he got it all in from late position. He was called by his neighbor Aaron Duczak and it was the classic aces against kings as Olsen held and Duczak had .
The flop was an exciting one in the form of . Duczak flopped top set but Olsen had the nut-flush draw. Olsen asked for a heart and the dealer gave him one as the turn was dealt. Duczak then requested that the river needed to pair the board, but that didn't happen on the river.
Olsen doubled up to avoid elimination.