Jason Reynolds raised it up in early position to 43,000, and action folded around to Daniel Cascado in the small blind. He put out a reraised to 97,000, and when it got back to Reynolds, he slid out a few green T25,000 chips, a four bet to 218,000. Back to Cascado, who only thought for about 10 or 15 seconds before he announced all in, having Reynolds covered. Reynolds let got a big sigh, grabbed a green chip, and flung it into the air and into the pot, signifying a call.
As is often the case, it was a simple coin flip to decide a huge pot at the end of a tournament, and Reynolds couldn't bear to watch, as he walked away from the table. The flop kept him safe, coming . The turn was the , giving Reynolds a flush draw, meaning that Cascado could only win with a non-club ace or king.
Several players at the table let out a groaned as Reynolds returned to the table to see the rough river. A dissapointed look came across his face as he put his hands on his head. Cascado took down the pot, upping his stack to 1.66 million, while Reynolds is left to wonder what could have been.