Nobody seemed to want to play any poker at table #352 and the players folded around to William Reynolds in the small blind.
"I'm all-in," said Reynolds before pushing his chips forward. David Pham asked for a count, was told 44,500 and armed with that information, Pham called.
Reynolds paired his four on the flop, but still needed to avoid a king or a five on the turn and river. He managed to do that because the turn was the and the river the , doubling Reynolds to 100,000.