We missed exactly how the action went down preflop, but got to the table in time to see the floor be called to count out the correct amount of chips to the winner. Bill Gazes held and called the all in of two players. The first all in was for 6,650 and that player was holding . The next player that was all in held and moved all of his chips in for 11,625.
The board fell down and the shortest stack was able to triple up with his pair of jacks. Gazes' nines were also no good against his opponent's pocket tens and thus Gazes took a significant hit to his stack early, dropping down to about 27,000.