Martin Rowe opened for 45,000 from the button only to have Tony Dunst three-bet to 135,000 from the small blind. Rowe made the call and then called a bet of 115,000 on the flop. After the dealer burned and turned the , Dunst led out for a hefty 400,000 and Rowe responded by moving all in for what looked to be 825,000. Dunst looked back at his cards one last time and then made the call.
Dunst held top two pair, but Rowe was drawing live both a diamond and nine. It was a massive pot, and the dealer burned one last time before putting out the . Rowe missed and hit the rail in 18th place for an AU$85,000 payday.