The blue-hoodied Belgian Robert Romeo open-raised all in from the cutoff seat for 495,000, and after getting a count the cowboy-hat wearing Glen Cymbaluk of Canada called from the button. The blinds stepped aside, Romeo revealed his , and Cymbaluk turned up .
The flop came and Romeo's jacks were still best. Then the fell on the turn, earning an appreciative tap of the side of the table from Cymbaluk as Romeo's tourney prospects suddenly appeared grim.
The dealer burned a card and delivered the river… the ! Romeo had survived with trip jacks, and play continued for the 16 remaining players.