Connor Drinan was seen getting up from the table, Tony Dunst was seen stacking a lot of chips. We missed the action but Dunst was kind enough afterwards to tell us the details of what had transpired.
A player in middle position had opened for 950 and in Dunst three-bet to 2,900 from the hijack. Over in the big blind it was Connor Drinan cold four-betting to 7,500 out of a 25,000 stack. The initial raiser folded but Dunst had bigger plans and moved in. Drinan called.
Drinan was in excellent position to double up as he had to Dunst's . Dunst, however, would hit an ace on and Drinan was forced to leave the tournament area.
Tony Dunst finished runner-up here last year for AUD$1,000,000 ($700,069), the biggest score of his career. That all started with him losing a $5,000-chip, remember that?