A three-way pot gave us a chip leader in the $25,750 High Roller going into the break here at the PokerStars Championship Bahamas.
On a flop of , Daniel Colman made it 3,600 to see a turn card. Noah Scwartz and Jonathan Jaffe both called behind. The turn card was the , and Colman sensationally moved all-in!
"I can't even enjoy my massage!" said Schwartz. "How much is the shove?"
While the dealer counted it out, Schwartz did the same, announcing "44,675, OK." The dealer corrected him "It's 45,675."
"I'm Jewish, that's the same," said Schwartz with a laugh, before agonising to a fold. Jaffe made the call, however, and showed for the flush draw. Colman turned over and that won the hand after the river gave him a monster stack of almost double his starting 50,000.
"See you in the next one." said Jaffe. Schwartz confirmed after Felipe Ramos called it that he'd folded .
"True story." he said. All we know for sure in that hand is that Colman has 91,000 and the chip lead in the tournament.