Max Lehmanski limped on the button and the small blind completed. Steve O'Dwyer made it 36,000 to go from the big blind and Lehmanski came over the top with an all in bet of 178,000 total. The small blind quickly released and O'Dwyer thought for a moment. Eventually, he tossed out a call and the hands were turned up.
According to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, O'Dwyer was 56.9% to take down this hand and his odds skyrocketed after he paired his ace on the flop. The hit the turn leaving Lehmanski hoping for a four to chop and stay alive in the tournament. The river, however, was the , and Lehmanski was eliminated from play. O'Dwyer picked up the pot, scored the elimination, and now sits around 765,000.