With 317,000 in chips on the board up on the main feature table, 2014 World Series of Poker November Niner Martin Jacobson was pitted in a hand against WSOP Big One for One Drop winner Daniel Colman.
Up until this point, Colman had raised from under the gun, and Jacobson called out of the big blind. Jacobson then led the flop, Colman called, and that is where things stood. Jacobson then bet 155,000 on the turn, and Colman called.
The river was the , and Jacobson moved all in for 488,000. Colman's face wrenched in disgust, but he quickly made the call. Jacobson tabled the for just ace high, but Colman's proved to be the winning hand as he had flopped a set of fours.
Jacobson hit the rail while Colman moved to 1.66 million in chips.