With players taking turns stealing the blinds and antes we didn't expect anything different when Jonathan Cohen opened for 33,000. Action folded around to Michael Corson who moved all in for around 200,000. Cohen called immediately and flipped over . Corson countered by flipping over , which at the moment wasn't up to snuff.
Three cards were placed in the middle of the felt for the flop and they came out . Corson needed an ace, and an ace badly if he wanted to continue his run. A on the turn, and a gave the hand to Cohen, who's kings were best.