In the cutoff seat, Patrik Antonius raised the minimum to 40,000, and Jake Cody shoved for the second consecutive hand. It was 272,000 this time after paying an ante, and Max Silver was watching very intently as the chips were counted down. He made the call from the small blind, and Antonius took a soak in the tank. It was 232,000 more to him, and he did the mental math before sliding in the call.
Cody lowered his head to the rail and grinned, then glanced skyward for a just a moment. He was on the hook for a triple up if he could manage it.
Silver and Antonius were content to check through the board, and the cards were up.
Antonius showed a pair of sixes, and we only caught a glimpse of one of Silver's cards, the . He had no pair, and Cody's shone bright under the lights. Jacks and tens give him the pot, and with it comes a much needed triple.