A player in middle position opened to 30,000 and Demetrios Petrou called from the cutoff. The button raised to 105,000 and the original raiser folded. Petrou called.
The flop came and Petrou checked over to the button, who continued for 105,000. Petrou jammed for his final 510,000, sending the button into the tank for a couple of minutes as about half of his stack was at risk.
Finally, after puffing out his cheeks, the button folded.
It wasn't too long ago since Petrou was down below 150,000 in chips but now he is just under the chip average at about 890,000.
Meanwhile, at the same table, WSOP bracelet winner Jeremy Wien is sitting comfortably with 1,600,000.