Martin Finger raised to 125,000 from the button, and Andreas Wiese reraised to 265,000. When the decision reuturned to Finger, he shoved all in, and Wiese uncapped his cards and slid them back into the muck.
On the next hand, Guillem Usero raised to 125,000 under the gun, and Wiese shoved all in from the button. It was 1.3 million on the nose, but Usero was the one contemplating the decision for all of his own chips. He had 1.11 million left, and he called them off to flip for the double-up.
Usero flopped lucky on the , but the turn added another four outs for Wiese to try and chase down the knockout. He needed a ten or a jack, but the river was no help.
Usero has found his double, and it takes his stack up into the middle of the pack. For Wiese, it's a crippling blow, and he's going to have to try and mount a comeback from just 190,000.