From the cutoff position, Bryan Colin raised to 24,000. Darren Wong three-bet to 61,000 from the big blind and Colin flatted in position to see the flop come down . Wong checked right away and Colin fired 40,000. Wong made the call.
The turn was the and Wong checked again. Colin fired 155,000. Wong asked for the amount, received a count and then called. He only had approximately 255,000 behind when he called Colin's turn bet.
The river completed the board with the and Wong checked. "About 70 behind," said Wong as Colin paused. "You bet it, I call." Wong had about 100,000 behind, a bit more than he estimated, but that didn't scare Colin from announcing all in. Wong quickly snapped him off and tabled the . Colin rolled over the for a flush and won the hand.
Stunned, Wong paced away from the table and back before collecting his pay stub and heading to the payout desk. His finish was worth $19,802.