After Niall Farrell opened for 1,300 under the gun, Martin Stausholm three-bet to 3,000 from the button. Jan Przysucha then four-bet jammed for 26,225 from the small blind, Farrell folded and Stausholm made a quick call.
"Oh my god," Przysucha said when the flop gave his opponent the lead with a set. The river failed to change a thing and it looked like Przysucha was going to exit on a bad beat. Fortunately for him, that didn't happen as the spiked on the river to deliver him salvation. He made his straight to double through while Stausholm was left with just 1,600.
A short time later, Farrell opened from the cutoff and then called when Stausholm shoved his last little bit from the big blind. Farrell showed the and Stausholm said he'd only looked at the , which he turned over. The dealer allowed the one-card sweat and put out the flop... .
"That's a good flop for you," Farrell said with a smile. Indeed it was as no matter what Stausholm was out in front. His excitement disappeared as soon as the gave Farrell the lead with a pair of jacks, and then dwindled even further when the river paired the board. "That's a bad card for you," Farrell chimed.
Stausholm then turned over the , rapped the table and then exited the tournament floor.