Craig Laben has just scored a much-needed double-up in the first hand after the break, courtesy of Matthew Elsby.
Laben raised from early position and the action folded around to Elsby who reraised it from the blinds. Laben four-bet it, but Elsby came back with a five-bet. Laben called, leaving only 10,000 behind, which he threw in after Elsby checked to him on the flop of .
Elsby called, tabling , with his overpair still ahead of Laben, who had hit top pair with . To Elsby's disgust, the spiked on the turn, and if that wasn't enough, a repeat appeared on the river to fill Laben up for the double-up.
Elsby is still shaking his head in disbelief as he looks down at his stack, now only worth 165,000 in chips.