From under the gun, Harold Lilie raised all in for 455,000. Action folded a couple spots over to William Stabler and he made the call. Everyone else at the table folded and Lilie was at risk against Stabler.
Lilie turned over the and Stabler the , making this your classic coinflip situation.
The flop contained an ace as the dealer rolled out the . Martin Fitzmaurice was looking on and turned to his rail to give a subtle fist pump as he was now a favorite to get a jump in the money along with the others not involved in the hand.
The turn was the and river the , leaving Lilie second best and eliminating him in ninth place. For his finish Lilie took home $48,669. The remaining eight players are now guaranteed $63,418.