After a board of , there were about 8,000 chips in the middle and Charlie Carrel, defending champion of this very event, moved all in for exactly 19,000. Next to him was sitting Tobias Reinkemeier, enjoying a massage, and he pondered about his decision.
Ultimately, Reinkemeier folded and the pot was pushed to Carrel. "I wouldn't fold aces," Reinkemeier said. For Carrel, it was just some consolation though after losing quite some chips on the first bullet so far.