Dave Feldman moved all in over the top of an open, and having got a count of 1,400 his opponent made the call.
Feldman turned over the and visibly winced as his saw he was up against , clearly not fancying his chances.
The flop saw Feldman shake his head but the turn and river were safe enough and he doubled up.
“Top set and still a sweat,” one player commented. “You have no idea how bad my record is with kings,” Feldman replied.
Feldman told PokerNews he felt the queen coming on the river, but since it didn’t come he remained one of the last of the Bally Technology employees in the event. Asked if they had a last longer bet, he shook his head and remarked that he wished they did now.