It folded to Jeremiah DeGreef in middle position — one of the few remaining Day 1b players involved in the Onnit Last Sticker Standing Contest — and he raised to 1,025. His opponents all stepped aside until action reached the button, at which point the player checked his cards and declared himself all in for about 11,000.
The blinds got out, and DeGreef studied the situation. The all-in reraise covered him by a few chips, and thus to call would mean risking his tourney life.
"Suppose... I had king-queen suited," said DeGreef with a grin. "What should I do?" "Call," his opponent responded without hesitation, and just a few moments later DeGreef let his hand go.
His opponent flashed one card — the — and took the pot. DeGreef meanwhile remains alive to make more bets, ask more questions, and perhaps win the $1,000 due the player sporting an Onnit sticker who lasts the longest in Event 59.