A very interesting hand just played out between Stephen Chidwick and Szabolcs Mayer with Chidwick showing one card at the end which may or may not have made things better for Mayer.
Pre-flop Chidwick raised to 22,000 from under-the-gun, Mayer three-bet to 50,00 from the cut-off and Chidwick smooth called. No one bet the flop and the hit the turn. It checked to Mayer he bet 50,000, Chidwick check-raised to 125,000 and Mayer asked Chidwick for a chip count. The Brit counted down his chips and it was established that Chidwick had 349,000 back. After a couple of minutes thought, Mayer - who had 595,000 back - made the call.
The completed the board and within five seconds Chidwick announced that he was all-in, it took Mayer a little longer to make his decision but he settled on a fold. As he took the pot Chidwick showed the and Mayer grinned.