After the late position player shoved all in with 119,000, Mario Masson decided to reshove his entire stack in the pot as well, taking a chance with players still to act. The rest of the players decided to fold and Masson and his opponent were heads up.
The board was to give Masson a full house and eliminate his opponent.
Matthew Davis raised to 17,000 in early position and Samuel Folkins called in the cutoff before the big blind tossed in a call as well.
On the flop the big blind quickly checked and Davis asked to see the big blind's stack. After being told it was 60,000 he put in a bet of 24,000. Folkins jammed his stack across the line and the action was back on the big blind. He asked how much it was and the dealer broke down the stacks to show it was 141,000.
He thought about it for another 30 seconds before a tablemate asked for the clock. The floor came over and decided it wasn't enough time for the decision and the player retracted his request for the clock. Eventually, the big blind mucked his hand followed by Davis tossing his cards away as well.
Richard Ali raised to 16,000 on the button and Terry Moore came along in the big blind.
The dealer spread a flop of and both players checked to see the turn. Moore check-called a bet of 15,000 from Ali.
When the completed the board, Moore checked again, and Ali fired a bet of 20,000. Moore thought about it for a few seconds before splashing a stack of yellows as he announced all-in for about 70,000. Ali quickly pushed his cards forward and the dealer sent the pot to Moore.
Three players saw the flop, creating a pot of 30,000. The first player to act checked before there was a bet of 13,000. Jason Wheeler was next to act and after thinking for a short period of time, he put in a raise to 40,000.
Both players quickly folded and Wheeler looked at PokerNews and said, "I'll show so you have something to write about." As he tabled for a set of fours.