Jeremy Joseph min-raised and the price for 20,000 seemed reasonable for Ilkin Amirov, Daniel Weinman and Demosthenes Kiriopoulos, who all made up for a four-way pot.
The flop fell and action checked to the original raiser. Joseph pushed all in, causing a fold from Amirov and a request for a count from Weinman. It was 199,000, which was too much for Weinman.
But when Weinman released his cards, Kiriopoulos instantly threw in one chip, signalling a call. Kiriopoulos turned over for a flopped nuts. Joseph was drawing very thin with just .
Joseph's chances increased when the hit the turn, which was one of the best possible cards to keep his hopes alive. He could still dream about a runner-runner boat or flush, but the disappointed him.
Kiriopoulos added another victim to his list and regained the chip lead, surpassing James Mackey in the leader board.