Cliff Josephy was first to act and raised to 18,000. Paul Ephremsen, right next to him, three-bet to 40,000 with about 90,000 or so behind. Action folded back around to Josephy and he slid forward a stack of 25,000-chips to put Ephremsen all in. The Brit quickly called.
The flop () and turn () were blanks and Ephremsen was on his way to double up, but the on the river hit Josephy and Ephremsen had to make his exit.
As Ephremsen was already on his way to the payout desk, John Dibella said "Just another day at the office for Cliff Josephy!"
Josephy replied; "I feel bad actually. I should be happy but I'm not."