With already 4,750 chips in the pot and the board reading , Stephen Chidwick and Charlie Carrel were heads-up.
Chidwick checked from the under the gun position and Carrel, on his immediate left, put in a bet of 2,000. Chidwick tanked for a moment before making the call.
The fell on the turn and Chidwick checked again. Carrel fired a second bullet, this time for 6,000 chips. Chidwick wasn't easily scared and stayed around to see the appear on the river.
Chidwick checked a third time and Carrel quickly checked behind. Chidwick tabled for a pair of eights, but that wasn't enough to beat his opponents .