The table folded around to the blinds, and David Bernstein open-shoved for the 860,000 he had left. Next door, Phil D'Auteuil looked down at and made the call, and Bernstein's was an underdog to keep him around.
He was drawing live, though, and the flop was about as good as it gets. It was good enough that the on the turn was further improvement, and Bernstein threw his arms up in the air to celebrate his now-certain double. The river was meaningless, and D'Auteuil has given his neighbor a double up.