Rene Mouritsen has the button and makes it 120,000 to go. Max Greenwood then asks Mouritsen approximately how many chips he has left behind. Mouritsen moves his hands away from his stack so that Max can see his chips and Greenwood nods his head and makes the call.
The flop comes
and Greenwood knuckles the table, giving Mouritsen the first option. Rene seizes the opportunity and leads out with a bet of 175,000. Greenwood then counters with a check-raise, kicking it up to 500,000. Rene slid his hood over his head and rested his chin on his hands as he considered his move. "I'm all in," said the Dane and Greenwood made a very quick call.
Mouritsen quickly pulled his hood back so that he could see his opponent's hand --
-- which was a single card better than his own:
Chaos ensued as cheering sections for both players rushed the stage to catch a glimpse of the board. With his tournament life on the line, Mouritsen would need to catch a king to double up and stay alive, but the board would not comply as the turn and river filled out
in favor of Greenwood, your newest 2008 WSOP bracelet winner!