Two hands after his crippling, Wiese got some back. He shoved in from the hijack when the table folded to him, and Guillem Usero called the 180,000-chip shove from the big blind. Wiese was working with , while Usero's was a small favorite to earn the knockout.
The board ran out , and Wiese is sticking around for a bit longer. He's back to 425,000, and another double would put him right back in the game.