"All my monies," Benjamin Spragg said before committing his last 370,000 or so in the last hand of Level 26. One by one his opponents folded until action reached Daragh Davey, who snap-called from the big blind.
Spragg's supporters, of which there were quite a few, were up on their feet and calling for a six. The flop didn't provide one, but it did inspire Spragg to request a ten and queen to chop. Right on cue the dealer burned and turned the . The rail buzzed with excitement not only because their man got one of his cards, but also because he picked up the nut-flush draw.
There were a lot of cards that could help the man from Stroud in Gloucestershire, but the was not one of them. Spragg's rail moaned with disappointment as their man shook hands with the remaining players and then exited in sixth place.