A player in late position open-pushed all in for his last 1,200 and directly behind him, Neil Channing also pushed all in. Everyone else folded and hands were revealed.
Channing was in bad shape, however, a queen came right in the window on the flop.
"...That's a good flop," Channing said under his breath.
The turn and river changed nothing and Channing took the rest of his opponents' chips.
Channing, who recently got second place in Event 43: $1,500 No-Limit Hold'em, is up to 4,500.