Chris Klodnicki was heads up in the hand and first to act against Noah Schwartz. Klodnicki led into the pot for 6,500 and Schwartz called to see a turn.
The dealer produced the on the turn and Klodnicki slowed with a check. This gave Schwartz an opportunity to fire out a bet of 10,800. Klodnicki wasted little time moving out a check-raise to 31,000 in response to Schwartz's bet. Schwartz called and the fell on the river. Klodnicki dropped out a river bet of 43,000 and Schwartz heaved a sigh.
"Never easy," lamented Schwartz. "It's never easy."
After a moment, Schwartz dropped out a call and Klodnicki tabled for a pair of queens. Schwartz showed for a set of fours and he was able to drag in the pot. Schwartz is now sitting on about 370,000 while Klodnicki has fallen to around 180,000.