Luca Pagano raised to 46,000 in the cutoff seat, and Martin Jacobson three-bet shoved for 291,000 from the small blind. Pagano needed a few minutes to consider, and he cut the calling chips from his stack to assess the potential damage. Finally, he double-checked his hole cards, picked up the blue-and-green tower that he's put aside and placed it carefully across the line. Jacobson was at risk, but he was in pretty good shape to at least get his chips back.
The board ran , and the six plays after all. Jacobson manages to find his double, and he's taken the majority of Pagano's stack in the process.