We Missed the action ourselves but caught up a tablemate of Jacob Bazeley who recounted the action for us. Apparently, after a player opened for 5,200 from under-the-gun and another player called, Bazeley re-shoved for approximately 42,000 chips.
Only one of the initial bettors came along and that player showed down , which was in great shape against Bazeley's . The player who filled us in on the action also let us know that he folded a jack, so Bazely was down to exactly one card in the deck for his tournament life.
The flop of was extremely fortunate for Bazeley, as his miracle one-outer had been delivered. The turn and river didn't bring any help to his opponent and Bazeley found himself with the most unlikely of double-ups to remain healthy as we head down the home stretch of Day 2.