It was an interesting hand. WSOP
in the money [Hellmuth placed 436 for $25K]. Five saw the flop. Player to right of Hellmuth raised and everyone in the hand called. Flop J5cT. 1st to act goes all in [89h] and pre-flop raiser folds [so probably no set or draw]. Hellmuth has some outs and goes all in, would have some chips left if it was played HU, but is called by player with 2 pair.
If Hellmuth had re-raised all in, it might have gotten 89h and JTo to fold, and might have taken to pot right then. Unless the pre-flop raiser was playing 77, 33, or 46s Hellmuth likely doubled up instead of getting knocked out.
Maybe that's what the announcer was thinking?