On the last hand before the break, Richard Haile raised to 2,100 in early position, and John Eames flatted a couple seats over. Jackson Su wanted to play for more, though, and he squeezed in a reraise to 6,100 from the hijack seat. Haile made the call, but the action froze on Eames. He eyed up the stack of Su (~50,000), then reraised all in for 47,800 over the top. Su tanked for a couple minutes and called, while Haile folded with a frustrated flick. The stacks were close, and the hands were on their backs.
Su was crushed by his misstep, and the dealer would provide him no help. The board ran out , and Eames' full house earns him the double. When the chips were counted down, Su was left with just 1,100 of them with which to mount a comeback.
Eames is now over the century mark with 102,600 chips.