Dimitri Holdeew opened the action with a raise to 43,000 from the cutoff but that was just the beginning. On the button it was Stephen Chidwick bumping it up to 100,000 and in the small blind Jonathan Roy wasn't so fast with making his decision. He thought about it for some time, and then cold four betted to 193,000.
Holdeew had a moment of creativity it looked like, but folded anyway. Chidwick announced all in and Roy instantly called. "Oh wow" Roy said, "Shit". Roy's reaction was understandable as his was facing the one and only better starting hand: Chidwick had .
The flop brought an ace, making Roy's only chance some rare runner runner: . The on the turn gave him one solid out for the win but the last king wouldn't come: on the river.