By the time Tom Dwan moved over into the Purple section, he was already short-stacked, the baggie he was carrying only containing three or four chips, representing a stack of about 7,000.
He played through a couple of orbits, then came a hand in which he raised to 750 from middle position and got two callers in the blinds, including James Calderaro in the small blind. The flop came , and when it checked to Dwan he pushed all in for his last 6,300. Both of his opponents called, then after the turn it was Calderaro shoving his last 6,625 in the middle, getting a fold from his neighbor to the right.
Dwan and Calderaro then showed their hands...
Two pair for Calderaro and a straight draw for Dwan. The river brought the , and just before the end of Level 4, Dwan's day is done.