With around 25,000 in the pot and a board reading , Nick Binger moved all with in for 14,700 and was called by Thomas Bichon's . Binger needed to dodge a seven to survive, which is what he did as the turn and river blanked. Binger doubled on the hand to over 54,000.
A short time later, Binger was again all in holding on a flop. His opponent was none other than Sorel Mizzi, who had massive draws with the . One of those draws we made when the hit the turn, leaving Binger looking for a ten on the river. Unfortunately for him, the blanked and his tournament came to an end.