Sam Soverel on the button limped in and called when Stephen Chidwick in the big blind bumped it up to 20,000.
Chidwick checked on the flop of and called when Soverel threw out a bet of 25,000. Chidwick check-called again for 35,000 on the turn.
Chidwick checked for the third consecutive street on the river and Soverel bet 170,000. Chidwick responded with a check-jam worth 188,000.
Soverel hit the table in frustration as he suspected he was beat. For just 18,000 more, Soverel tossed in a call. Soverel was indeed beat as Chidwick turned over for queens full of nines, while Soverel had a worse full house with .