Adam Geyer opened to 10,000 before Markus Gonsalves shoved on him. Geyer had 93,500 chips to start the hand, and his meant there was little decision. He called all in, but Gonsalves had been dealt a better pair. He showed up , poised for the knockout.
The flop was a miss for Geyer, but you can already see where this is going. The landed on the turn, and the river locked up the double. Geyer has retaken the lead now, and the two are playing another all-in pot as we speak.