Jason DeWitt limped the button before Sam Trickett popped it up to 460,000. DeWitt made the call and the flop brought .
Trickett was first to act and he bet out 375,000. DeWitt made the call. The turn card was the and Trickett took his time to check it over to DeWitt who, rather surprisingly, made a quick bet of 500,000. Trickett made the call.
The river was the and Trickett checked it over to DeWitt who asked for a count of his opponent's stack before moving all in. Could this be it? Trickett was put to a decision for his tournament life, and understandably he thought long and hard.
The crowd that was still 30-40 people strong on the rail went into deep silence as Trickett stood from his chair and contemplated his decision.
He eventually made a reluctant fold, as the calls of "good fold, good fold" came from his entourage on the rail.
DeWitt - 9.7 million
Trickett - 2.18 million