As we were walking by the table that had Phillip Hui, a circuit grinder with two rings, we noticed that he had just moved all in for his last 4,425 facing a raise of 900 from his opponent. He ended up being called, and they were off to the races.
Hui didn't pair up on the flop, but it still helped him out a ton, coming . Hui now had the nut flush draw, and he didn't have to wait long for it to come, as the hit the turn, securing the hand for him. The river was the , giving his opponent a useless set, and Hui double his stack up to 9,000.