Thibaud Guenegou was under the gun and Andy Moseley was in the big blind, and when we walked up to the table, all the chips were already in the middle preflop. Guenegou was the shorter of the two stacks, and he had out in front of him. His neighbor Moseley was racing for the knockout with .
The flop came , and Guenegou expressed his approval with it. He was well in front now, and the turn and river have secured his double. He had 531,000 to start the hand, so he's up to 1.096 million now. Moseley, on the other hand, is left with the shortest stack in the room.