Chinni's ride back up didn't last long as he lost all of his chips straight after scoring a double against Tyler Groth.
Chinni was sitting in the big blind, facing Darren Taylor in the small blind. They tangled on the turn, with on the felt. Taylor checked, then Chinni bet 40,000. Taylor responded with a huge check-raise. Chinni then said he was all in, causing some troubles to Taylor.
"Oh s$%t, I call," Taylor said. He wasn't convinced he had the best hand, but he did. Taylor held for a turned full house while Chinni showed , knowing he was drawing dead.
Taylor had Chinni slightly covered as he was left with about 250,000 on the turn while Chinni had only 238,000 remaining. The meaningless landed on the river, signaling an end to Chinni's run in the tournament. He departed in 11th place, earning $10,129.