Terik Brown and Tim Stickradt got their nearly-identical stacks all in preflop.
The players were off to the races, and a flop of gave Brown naught but some backdoor draws. A turn narrowed his outs to jacks and aces, but the river was a , and he sent nearly all of his chips to Stickradt.
The next hand, Brown got his final few big blinds all in with against the of Jason Duval. The board came to finish Brown off.
At the other table, Dan Martin raised to under the gun, and James Lee made the call from middle position. Everyone else folded.
Martin checked the flop, and Lee bet 80,000. Martin moved all in, and Lee went into the tank for a good three minutes.
"Let's go," he finally announced, forcefully setting in a stack of chips to indicate a call.
The turn was a , and Lee took a hammerlock with kings. A came on the river, and Martin was forced to ship away more than half of his stack.