Ryan Riess limped in from the button, and Josh Williams checked his option in the big blind to see the flop come down . Both players checked, and the turn brought the . After Williams checked the turn, Riess bet 600,000. Williams called.
The river completed the board with the , and Williams checked. Riess moved all in, and Williams went into the tank.
"This would be the thinnest call of all time, but I think you have jack-ten," said Williams as he thought. Then, he called.
His call was correct as Riess held the for ten high. Williams had the for a pair of sevens and had won the pot. Riess was eliminated in second place and walked away with $239,063 for his effort.