Roberto Romanello opened the pot under the gun, and Bernard Guigon stuck his last 45,500 chips into the pot on a three-bet shove. Romanello quickly called with , and Guigon needed to win a race with to stay afloat.
The flop gave the at-risk player another four outs to the double, but the turn was a waste of a card. The river delivered the , though, the Broadway card for Guigon. Just like that, he's doubled to 104,500, knocking Romanello down around 200,000.