Sep 9, 2014
Price slides a four-bet of 240,000 from his stack, Devkin folds and it’s back to Chouity who goes into thought mode. He asks Price for a chip count but Price doesn’t respond. After a few more seconds Chouity announces he is all-in and Price snap-calls.
Chouity: [Ah] [Ks]
Price: [Qh] [Qs]
A flip for the chip lead.
The dealer pushes the first three cards onto the flop and they are all diamonds.
Flop: [Qd] [Td] [5d]
Both players instantly check their cards to see if they have a diamond (neither has). Price has flopped top set, but there is a Broadway straight draw for Chouity.
Chouity gets there, but Price still has outs to win outright, and split the pot.
The river bricks for Price and he is out in 11th place. Chouity takes the chip lead with 2.5m and we are down to our unofficial final table of 10.