Halysson Sala raised to 15,000 from middle position and Alejandro Garcia, who was next to act, moved all-in for 85,000. Action folded back around to Sala and he quickly called, committing the majority of his stack to put Garcia at risk.
Sala had the preflop advantage and Garcia needed to catch up in order to preserve his tournament life. The board ran out to pair Garcia's ace and give him the pot for the double-up. Sala, who started Day 2 play as the chip leader, was left with just 45,000 after the pot was pushed Garcia's way.