Over the last few minutes, two players have doubled on Table 3 to get back into contention.
David Peters was first. The reigning U.S. Poker Open champion got all-in against Morten Klein for his final 129,000 and was ahead, holding to the Norwegian’s .
The board ran out and Peters went from ahead, to behind, to a river double that left Klein shaking his head with less than a starting stack in front of him.
A few hands later, Mikita Badziakouski and Luc Greenwood were locked in a blind versus blind battle on .
Greenwood checked, Badziakouski bet 10,000 and Greenwood quickly replied with a raise to 30,000.
The Belarusian then clicked it back, raising to 55,000 before Greenwood shoved for just over 155,000.
Badziakouski re-checked his cards and called, tabling . Greenwood turned over and needed to hit to stay alive.
He did twice. The turn brought the and the river completed Greenwood’s flush draw with the .
“Double win.” Badziakouski said, before cutting out the double.