Action folded around to Jan-Eric Schwippert in the small blind and he went all in, effectively [Removed:102] to a decision for his remaining 350,000 or so. Apicella-Albertini announced a call without much thought.
"Whoa!" said Apicella-Albertini. "King please! One time!" he added. Apicella-Albertini was quickly disappointed despite the request to use the "one time," seeing an ace come in the window on the flop . The turn removed any chances of backing into a winner, leaving Apicella-Albertini drawing dead for the river to become the 24th place finisher in the tournament.