The TV cameras were swarming Table 30, and that's because they were watching Faraz Jaka take his seat in the tournament. As fate would have it, a big hand was taking place at that very table.
We picked up the action with approximately 15,000 in the pot and a board reading . Mustapha Kanit checked under the gun and Yuri Dzivielevski bet 7,000 from the button. Kanit made the call and then checked the river. Dzivielevski moved all in for his last 21,800, and Kanit tanked for nearly three minutes before tossing in a call. Dzivielevski tabled the for top pair, and it was good as Kanit sent his cards to the muck.
Meanwhile, Jason Koon busted the tournament and immediately opted to reenter.