Jan-Peter Jachtmann check-called a bet of 26,000 by Anson Tsang on the flop and the turn was checked through. Jachtmann was first to act on the river and bet 35,000, which Tsang called.
Jachtmann showed the for aces up, and Tsang had that beat with the for trips queens. Jachtmann sighed loudly and mucked his cards in disgust.
At the same time, a three-way all in emerged and Balint Sebestyen was all in for around 40,000, Chris Ferguson was the second-shortest stack and at risk for 64,000. Both were covered by Zoltan Szabo in the below showdown:
The board came and Ferguson almost tripled up, Sebestyen busted just short of bagging.