On table 20 there was a three-way showdown that pushed the tournament over the line and into the money.
Team Sean Daneshvaziri shoved from late position for his final 21,000. It was unfortunate he only had 1K more than the big blind, as the players in the blinds were the only ones still in the hand at this point. If Team Sean had more chips they might have pushed them out of the hand and collected the blinds, living a few more hands. Alas, it was not to be.
With such a manageable shove, both the small and big blinds called. The board was dealt pretty much straight out, as neither other player in the blinds wanted to make this hand any more interesting than it had to be.
Two quick checks on the turn and river resulted in the following cards being dealt:
The small blind (Team Stuart Taylor) showed an A-7, the big blind (Team Georges Alemkunnapuzha) an A-2, and Team Sean Daneshvaziri mucked his cards. With that, everyone was in the money, and the players continued on.