Daniel Dvoress defended his big blind against the under-the-gun raise of Davidi Kitai and then shoved a flop of for his last 18,500. Kitai called to put the Canadian at risk.
The on the turn instantly completed a straight for Kitai, and the on the river changed nothing to see Dvoress join the rail. "Can I re-enter here or do I have to go down?" he asked tournament staff, so it seems very likely that Dvoress will be back in action soon on his second bullet.