We caught up with the action on a flop, where Jeff Sarwer led out for 1,825. His lone opponent in the small blind raised to 4,625 and Sarwer re-raised all-in so quickly he almost beat his opponent into the pot. His opponent tanked and began putting Sarwer on a range of hands.
"Flush draw....ace-king, ace-queen?" he said.
"Probably worse than that, but you can't call," Sarwer replied.
...Sarwer's opponent called off his remaining stack anyways and saw that he was in terrible shape.
Sarwer: for top pair and the nut flush draw.
Opponent: for an inferior flush draw.
The turn left Sarwer's opponent drawing dead. A meaningless landed the river and the chess prodigy chipped up to 68,000.