The board was showing and the player in the hijack checked it over to Christian Christner who fired for 23,500. The bet was called and the arrived on the end.
The hijack checked his option again before Christner loaded up a hefty 58,000 and slid it into the middle. The bet was for more than half of Christner’s stack and sent his opponent into the tank.
The player in the hijack thought about the decision for several minutes, checking and rechecking his cards before ultimately tossing them into the muck.
Christner was awarded the pot and climbed to just shy of the 200,000-chip mark.