Scott Seiver raised to 700 and got a call from Jean-Noel Thorel. On the button, Dan Shak moved in for 11,375. Seiver flicked in a 1,000 chip to indicate a call, and Thorel got out of the way.
Shak didn't improve on and was forced to the rail. The American didn't linger around for long though, as he quickly bought himself a fresh new stack of 50,000.