Tony Gregg came into the day with 254,000, but he was below that marker the entire day. He came back from break with around 120,000, and he had less then that when we saw him get a crucial double up just moments ago.
We walked up to the table as the cards were being revealed in an all-in preflop situation. Gregg's was in great shape against the . Gregg had a small sweat on the flop of , but that kept him out in front. The on the turn meant that a queen and a queen only would bust Gregg. The river did bring paint, but it was the , giving Gregg the full double up to 215,000.