Nicolas Fierro squeezed out in the middle seat, and he opened to 70,000. Over in the small blind, Isaac Haxton was dealt , and he paused to consider. The last 691,000 of his chips eventually went in as he declared his intentions, and Fierro made the easy call to put Haxton in a bad spot.
The flop was a miss, but there were "a lot of interesting turn cards," as someone at the table said. The only served to flip-flop his outs, and Haxton was drawing dead to Boadway with one card to come.
Sure enough, though, the suicide dropped off the deck like a bolt of thunder, and Haxton spiked lucky to earn the come-from-behind double. It moves him back around the chip average with 1.432 million, while Fierro has been knocked all the way back to 808,000.