Charnick started final table play 6/8 with just 12B. Easily the player having the most fun at the final table, his relaxed demeanor made it easy, it appeared, to put his stack at risk. He doubled three different times before heads-up play began.
In the final hand of the tournament, Charnick is first to act and goes all-in for 5.29 million. Faulk requests a count and makes the call.
The 1flop gave Faulk a set and Charnick a backdoor straight draw.
The made for an open-ended draw but the river brings the end of the tournament.
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