A random table erupted in the bronze section. This is the action as described by the table that witnessed it first-hand.
Keith Oakley held and his opponent, who held , went heads-up to a flop of and all of the chips ended up in the middle.
It was Oakley that was behind with his set of fours versus the set of seven.
The turn card was a blank , but the river card was the one remaining , and Oakley spiked the one-outer for quad fours to eliminate his opponent, while chipping up to 144,000.