Maurice Delmas was first to act, opting for a raise to 20,000. Heinrich Pauker shoved all in for 106,000 from middle position. Behind Pauker, Juan woke up with a hand and reshoved all in.
The decision was on Delmas, who had to make a decision for his entire stack of 300,000. After the clock got called, he folded with mere seconds left.
Upon seeing Juan's hand, Delmas breathed a sigh of relief. Pauker needed help to survive, but the flop was devastating: . Juan flopped a set of queens and Pauker was down to a runner-runner miracle.
The on the turn was the best possible card Pauker could hope for, opening straight- and flushouts to survive. The river completed the miracle flush and saved Pauker's tournament life in a miraculous way.