Sam Trickett raised to 240,000 and Jason DeWitt made the call in the big blind. They both checked the flop and the hit the turn. DeWitt checked again and Trickett fired 375,000.
DeWitt thought for a few moments before reaching for chips with both hands and sliding out 875,000 to declare a raise. Trickett's turn in the tank but he found a call as we had a big pot on our hands.
The river was the and DeWitt asked for a count of his opponent's stack before another long pause. He eventually checked and Trickett quickly checked behind showing . It was the best hand as the rail roared in delight!
Jason DeWitt opened to 285,000 from the button before Sam Trickett popped it up to 835,000 from the big blind. DeWitt made the call and they saw a flop of .
Trickett was first to act after the flop and he came out with a bet of 300,000 into the pot worth 1.7 million. DeWitt made the call.
The turn brought the and Trickett checked it over to DeWitt who slid 900,000 into the middle. Again this hand was another long one as both players considered all their options on every move. Trickett eventually folded and DeWitt is now out to a healthy lead.
Jason DeWitt tried the button-limp once again and Sam Trickett checked his option in the big blind.
They took a flop of and Trickett checked to DeWitt who bet 120,000. Trickett made the call.
The turn was the and Trickett led out for 350,000 before DeWitt raised it up to 1.1 million. Trickett made the call as complete hush fell over the final table area.
The fans were anxiously awaiting the river card where Trickett checked to DeWitt who took his time before betting a cool two million. Trickett tanked, and understandably as this was already the biggest pot of the tournament.
Trickett eventually found a fold and DeWitt takes down a monster pot without showdown!
Every hand here is very tense and very drawn out at the moment with that one taking a good ten minutes!
For something different, Jason DeWitt limped in from the button and Sam Trickett checked his option in the big blind.
The flop landed and Trickett again led at the pot with a bet of 200,000. DeWitt made the call.
Both players checked the and the landed on the river. Trickett checked to DeWitt who made a small bet of 150,000 but Trickett responded with a river check-raise to 750,000. DeWitt thought for a good five minutes, but eventually let it go.
Jason DeWitt raised to 285,000 from the button and Sam Trickett made the call. On the flop of Trickett led out with a bet of 325,000 which was enough to take it down as DeWitt tossed his cards into the muck.
Sam Trickett opened to 280,000 before Jason DeWitt popped it to 870,000 to go. Trickett thought for a moment before declaring himself all in! DeWitt quickly let it go as the British invasion is finding voice!
It looks like Trickett might be close to grabbing the chip lead with that pot but we'll have the updated chip counts for you shortly.
Jason DeWitt opened to 240,000 and Sam Trickett made the call in the big blind. They took a flop of and both players checked. The fell on the turn and Trickett led out for 325,000. After his usual pause for deliberation, DeWitt made the call.
The river was the and Trickett fired 1.1 million into the middle and DeWitt insta-folded. The Brits are chanting and that only means one thing...their boy is raking in another pot!