Christopher Haydt opened from under the gun for 25,000 and George Boyce moved all in directly to his left for just over 150,000.
The rest of the table folded and Haydt sighed as he eyed up Boyce’s stack before eventually deciding to call.
Haydt tuned over his before seeing Boyce table his .
The board ran out with the turn delivering the dagger to the heart of Boyce’s tournament hopes.
It was bad news for the unlucky Boyce, but the pot propelled Haydt to close to the million-chip mark.