After Glen Cunnington was all in under the gun for his last big bind or so, with Aaron Lee raising from early position next to act to 500,000. Guillaume Soumier then flatted the button, so did Glen Keogh from the big blind.
On the flop of , the three players left to act checked bringing in a turn of . Now Lee decided to bet, to the tune of 300,000. Much like the pre-flop action, Soumier decided to flat, so did Keogh.
A river got Soumier to bet 1,250,000 when checked to by his opponents and Keogh called. Lee let his hands go and cards were tabled.
"Please don't tell me you have queen, seven'' said Cunnington as Soumier tabled the boat. Glen Keogh mucked his holding, though the dealer made him expose it, with a player all in, but it was not good.