The table folded around to Joshua Prager in the small blind who looked down at his stack of almost 400,000, checked his cards, and declared he was all in. Jonathan Hilton called instantly.
Prager turned over , and gave a little half-smile as he saw what Hilton had woken up with — . The flop only worsened the situation for Prager, and the turn made the river no matter.
"Well played, sir," cracked Daniel Eichhorn afterwards. "That's exactly how I would've played it."
The remaining 10 players are now redrawing for seats around a single table.