Over at the feature table, action folded to Andrew "Lucky Chewy" Lichtenberger in the small blind and he announced that he was all in for 123,000. Team PokerStars Pro Jason Mercier asked for a count from the big blind, looked down at his cards and then made the call.
Mercier was in a dominating position, and according to the PokerNews Odds Calculator, he had a 70.25% chance of winning the pot. On the other hand, Lichtenberger would come from behind 26.95% of the time.
The flop bumped Mercier up to 79.70% while Lichtenberger dropped to 17.27%. The turn pushed Lichtenberger's chance down even further to 15.91%, meaning he needed either a jack or eight on the river to stay alive. Mercier and Lichtenberger were joking and enjoying the moment, but it came to an end when the dealer burned one last time and put out the .
Lichtenberger wished Mercier luck, removed his mic and then took his leave from the Season 10 EPT Barcelona €50,000 Super High Roller.