The last hand was an interesting (I thought) decision actually. What would you have done here:
I was leading by a few thousand with Music & Eaustin on almost identical chip stacks (literally just a few chips difference IIRC). Blinds were huge as usual by that point. I get AK in the Big Blind which would normally be an insta-call of any all-in. However Eaustin went all-in & Music called him. This made it a tougher call IMO. AK is a far less attractive hand after someone else has gone all-in & been called because it's highly likely that one or both of the other's may be holding an ace or a king, making it harder for me to hit one of the outs I need. A worst-case situation would be that one of them also has AK & the other has a pair (in which case the pair is in good shape).
Also, the fact that Eaustin & Music were on almost identical chip-stacks meant that a fold from me would certainly mean that one of them would be knocked out putting me headsup against the winner.
So a tougher call than it first looked I reckon. Do I fold & hope to win the headsup? Or do I call with a hand that whilst it may look great is still only Ace-high & is probably only going to be 50/50 at best against two unknown hands?
In the end I called for two reasons: Firstly was that I figured that even if I called & lost I would still be in the last two (albeit well down on chips) since whichever of Music & Eaustin didn't win the hand would be knocked out. Secondly, a fold of AK in that situation would have just been too horrible!
For those who weren't watching, Eaustin turned over AT & Music had Ax too (A9 I think?) which was great for me. Flop came xxx. Turn came T to wipe the smile off my face but also put me on a flush draw & the river was the 4th of that suit to give me the King flush & end the tourney.