John Duthie raised to 27,000 to open the pot, and Elio Fox three-bet to 60,000 on the button. When it came back to Duthie, he considered for about a minute, then shoved in for about 350,000. Fox snap-called.
Some would tell you that Duthie was a favorite with his two flush draws, but it was actually Fox with a very slight edge. That edge grew considerably as the flop was a huge sweat for Duthie. He shot out of his chair and leaned over the table to sweat the final two cards. As the turn landed, he took one step away from the table, perhaps expecting the worse on the final card.
But the river was the safe , and the two men will chop up the blinds and antes.