WIth the turn reading , Martin Kozlov checked in a middle position and Tom McCormick fired 52,500, presumably a pot-sized bet. McCormick had 71,500 behind and Kozlov stacked chips so that he could put McCormick all in. After about a minute, he put them in and McCormick called right away.
McCromick turned a straight but Kozlov could still win, should he hit an ace, seven or a nine. The river was the and McCormick dodged the lethal bullets to score a big double.
"I'm not used to so many chips," he smiled when he started sorting his belongings into proper stacks.