After a large raise by Andrew Brongo, David Jones slid a stack of orange and green chips into the pot, enough to put Brongo all in. After thinking for only a few seconds, Brongo made the call and showed down his , but saw the bad news when Jones flipped up .
Jones' top set took a commanding lead and Brongo was left calling for a nine or a ten in hopes of picking up a miracle gutshot straight draw. The dealer ended the drama by turning the , however, and Brongo was drawing dead. The meaningless on the river made it official and Brongo was sent packing. Jones chipped up to about 250,000 after the pot was shipped his way.