Christopher Back had one of the shorter stacks in the beginning of Day 2, but he managed to chip up, sitting now with more than 50 big blinds.
In one of his last hands he was in the small blind against Shawn Stroke on the button. The board was reading and Back check-called a bet for 54,000 chips.
The river was the and Back led for 110,000 chips with Stroke tanking for a long time before finally releasing his hand. He asked Back if he had it, and he replied negatively showing from his hand for a busted flush draw.