As we arrived on Table 26, small blind Ben Tollerene was facing a shove from under the gun player Kahle Burns. The board read and while there appeared to be a little over 100,000 in the pot, the shove was for much more than that. Tollerene tanked for quite some time before he eventually called.
Burns admitted defeat right away; "Good call."
Tolerene showed and Burns mucked, only to have his hand revealed by the dealer because it was an all-in and a call; .
The next hand, Burns got his 206,000 in against one-time chipleader Jim Andreadis. The latter had while Burns showed . The board ran out and Burns doubled up.