After a series of raises Stephen Chidwick had his shorter stacked opponent all in. It was essentially a coinflip once the cards were turned over, Chidwick holding while his opponent had . Both players had a great chance to take down the pot so long as the board went in their favor.
A flop was positioned in the middle of the table, and Chidwick was immediately behind. Running straight cards or an eight would be his only savior. A on the turn, and a on the river finished off the hand and Chidwick was forced to send away about 30,000 of his stack.