Alec Brandstatter has just sent another player to the rail to shore up his chip lead at the final table.
The blinds have crept up to 6K/12K, and the players are beginning to feel the pressure. The action had folded to Nicolas Miron, in the cut-off, who tossed his bounty chip in the middle. Brandstatter, on the button, followed suit and immediately put his county chip in play. The players in the blinds got out of the way so hands could be tabled.
It was over on the turn, and Miron made his way to the tournament desk to collect his $200 ticket.