Hand #52: Jack Salter raised to 80,000 on the button, and Scott Davies made the call from the big blind.
"Can't turn down a discount," said Davies, referencing Salter's preflop raise was 10,000 cheaper on this hand than what he has previously been making it.
The flop came down , and Davies checked. Salter bet 95,000, but he was met with resistance in the form of a check-raise to 285,000. Salter called, and the turn was the to pair the board. On fourth street, Davies led for 240,000. Salter stuck around with a call, and the dealer completed the board with the on the river.
Davies checked on the end, and Salter reached for chips. Salter fired 930,000, and this sent Davies into the tank for several minutes.
Davies talk out loud a bit to himself while he tanked. "You're such a sicko, Jack," he said at one point.
Then, the tournament director leaned in and told Davies that the clock had been called and the countdown began. With just a few seconds left on the clock, Davies folded, and Salter won the pot.