Dash Dudley opened to 40,000 being first to act preflop and only Omar Eljach called from the big blind.
The flop came and Dudley bet 50,000 with Eljach check-calling.
The came on the turn and both players checked.
The completed the board on the river and Eljach led for 200,000, essentially putting all in his opponent who had around 125,000 behind him.
Dudley thought about it for a couple of minutes until it was called time on him. The floor reached the table and as soon as he started counting thirty seconds for Dudley's decision, he put his chips in the middle to indicate the call.
Eljach tabled and Dudley shaked his head, to show that he couldn't beat it. Since it was an all in and a call, he had to open his cards and showed , which was the hand that sent him to the rail.