Jon Spinks was all the way down to just a few chips when he got it all-in three-way against Antony Lellouche and Rifat Palevic. On a board both players checked it down and Spink showed for the winning hand.
The next hand Lellouche limped under the gun and Spinks potted right away when Jack Ellwood folded. Lellouche made the call but check-folded on a flop when Spinks potted it once more. Two hands later Devonshire raised to 5,000 and Spinks decided to pot from the big blind to 17,400 with 12,000 chips behind. Devonshire gave it some thought and eventually folded his cards.
Spinks is back up to 37,000 with a shot of making it to the final table.