On a flop of , Adam Hendrix led out for 8,000 and was called by Conor Beresford but received a fold from big stack Ognyan Dimov.
"Thank you," Beresford said to Dimov, happy to see him get out of the way, as the turn came out .
This time Hendrix checked to Beresford, who in turn decided to bet 2,800. But then Hendrix put in a big check-raise to 22,000, which sent Beresford into the tank.
After using a time bank, he made the call and the two saw the river fall the . Hendrix then cut out a huge bet of 85,000 and set it in front of him, which put a puzzled look on Beresford's face as he mulled it over.
"All in," he announced after a while, and Hendrix seemed to pause for a second before he slid the rest of his chips out, putting himself at risk as the cards were tabled.
Hendrix didn't really have too much to fear with his rivered full house, and Beresford's king paled in comparison.
"Well, he thought about it at least!" Beresford joked as the huge pot was pushed Hendrix's way to rocket him up to 295,000.