We don't know the exact action, but we do know that Ludovic Lacay and Sun Wong got in a raising war preflop. When we got to the table, we saw that Wong had a bet of 8,500 in front of him from the small blind, and that Lacay had clicked it back to 16,000 in the hijack. Wong made the call, and they went heads up to a flop of .
Both players checked, and the turn brought the . Wong checked to Lacay, who fired out 10,000. Wong responded with a min raise to 20,000, and Lacay asked Wong how much he had left. When he found out, Lacay tossed enough chips in to put Wong all in, and Wong made the call.
It was a brutal turn card for Wong, as he hit his set, but was drawing to one card in the deck for the win. It didn't come, as the river brought the . Lacay collected the bounty, and the new chips he earned pushed him over the 100,000 mark.