Andrew "ClockWyze" Pantling raised it up to 140,088, and Matt "OLD TIME GIN" Stone was the only caller from the small blind. The flop of saw Stone check to Pantling, who bet 144,848. Stone check raised to 435,400, and Pantling called to see the hit the turn. Stone decided to check again and Pantling fired 484,848. Stone called, and the completed the board.
A third check from Stone saw Pantling move all in for 1,305,507, and Stone wasted little time in calling with for a set of sixes. Pantling revealed , showing that the river gave him an unfortunate second pair. With that pot, Stone has overtaken Steve O"Dwyer for the chip lead, the first time the Irish high roller has lost it all day.