John Juanda was part of the last table to be broken, and he took the seat to the right of Terrence Chan and our chip leader Bryan Pellegrino. Juanda got a warm welcome to the table, as he doubled up just a few hands into his stay at table 436.
We missed the exact action, but we know that Juanda got all his money in preflop holding against Pellegrino, who was holding . The board was all safe for Juanda, coming down , and Juanda jumped up to over 70,000. Meanwhile, Pellegrino loses the chip lead, but is still plenty healthy with 130,000.