Jeremy Quehen has just handed Michael Gagliano's chips straight to Bradley Lipsey. Once again it was ace-king that failed the holder.
William Reynolds raised to 40,000 in first position before Quehen three-bet one seat to his left. The bet was 115,000 but when the action folded to Bradley Lipsey he moved all-in for 459,000. Reynolds folded, Quehen called and the exciteable French rail had another showdown to cheer about.
It took some time for both players to register what had happened. They both jerked instantly and then there was happiness for Lipsey and sadness for Quehen. The & completed the board and Quehen was right back where he started. Lipsey, meanwhile, moved up to 900,000.