We missed the exact action, but we know that after facing a raise, Matt Glantz shoved his last 600,000 in with , and was called by Ramey Shaio, who held . This race would determine the chip lead, and it went from a race to a demolition when the flop came . Shaio's rail exploded, as Glantz was simply left shaking his head. The turn was the , leaving Glantz drawing dead. The meaningless river was the , and Glantz bubbled the official final table.
It has been a dream day for Shaio so far. He came into today as the short stack, but he is now on top of the mountain, holding the chip lead at 1.885 million as we enter the final table.