Jonathan Hilton, his red hoodie covering his head, raised to 125,000. Dominik Nitsche, looking out from underneath a gray hoodie, reraised to 350,000. Hilton called.
The flop came . Nitsche led for 375,000, and after thinking about a half-minute Hilton called. The turn was the , pairing the board. This time Nitsche bet 625,000, acting quickly as before, and Hilton though about a full minute before gathering chips into a column and pushing them out to call.
The river was the , and Nitsche took just a few seconds before putting out a bet of 1.5 million. Hilton considered for three or four minutes, counting out his chips to see that if he called and lost, he'd be left with less than 1 million.
Finally Hilton did call. Nitsche showed his , and Hilton grimaced slightly as he showed his . Nitsche had three-barreled, but it turned out his hand was best.