After Ole Schemion limped from the small blind and then called a raise from Steve O'Dwyer in the big, the flop came down and Schemion led out for 25,000. O'Dwyer made the call and it was off to the turn.
Schemion kept the pressure on with another bet, this time 48,000, and the completed the board on the river. Schemion reached for his stack of pink T25,000 chips and slowly slid them forward.
O'Dwyer, who had 134,000 remaining, was put to the test and he hit the tank to contemplate the decision. To call would cost him all his chips, and possibly another €100,000 if he decided to reenter. More than three minutes ticked by before he dropped in a call, and he was left shaking his head when Schemion rolled over the for a full house. O'Dwyer, who made the call with the for two pair with an ace kicker, collected his things and exited the feature table area.