Terence Clee limped under the gun and was met by a raise to 66,000 from Joel Douaglin on the button. The blinds both folded, Clee just called, and the flop came down . Clee was first to act and led out for 100,000, which Douaglin min-raised to 200,000.
Clee thought long and hard before calling, which left him 443,000 behind. After the dealer burned and turned the , Clee checked and Douaglin took his time before sliding out 200,000. Clee thought equally as long and then committed about half his remaining chips to make the call.
When the completed the board on the river, Clee took about 30 seconds before stacking his chips and placing them in the middle.
"I call," Douaglin said excitedly and rolled over the for the rivered nuts. Clee stood up and went to muck his cards. Since it was an all-in situation the dealer was obliged to show his hand, and she revealed Clee had missed a flush draw with the .
Clee exited in 14th place for AU$70,000 while Douaglin was pushed the robust pot.