The Brit Andrew Hedley also was among the shorter stacks. Was.
Now he’s in the middle of the pack again. He played a hand against Steven Jerome Mangum and on the turn with 1.2m already in the middle the board read Q♦ 7♥ 4♣ 4♦.
Mangum bet 400k and Hedley quickly called.
Now Mangum checked and Hedley bet 775k. Mangum didn’t think long before calling.
Hedley turned over 6♠ 4♥ for turned trips and raked in this 3.6m pot.
Why he decided to play 6-4-off from early position will be his secret, but he’s sure glad it worked out.
He’s up to 5m now and has almost average stack.