Holding the , Young Ji called Jonas Mackoff's all-in raise before the flop, but found himself in bad shape against Mackoff's .
Having run into a cooler of sorts, Ji would need help to arrive on board if he hoped to be the sole survivor of this confrontation.
Ji found the king he was looking for on the flop, coming from the bottom of the map to take the lead, and with top set he was in good shape against Mackoff's club-less hand. The turn () and river () brought no help to Mackoff, and he was eliminated from contention just short of the final four tables.
Having built his stack back to the average mark, Ji proved that in Pot-Limit Omaha, the only way to play the game is to trap or die.