Tim O'Shea held a big chip lead early in the day and then lost a lot chips when he made a hero call against Daniel Idema.
When we came to O'Shea's table recently, he was in a hand against Alexander Antonios and Dennis Huntly. We caught the action with a flop showing and Antonios to act first. He led for 47,000 and Huntly quickly got out of the way. O'Shea was on the button and he popped it to 170,000. Antonios then made it 300,000. O'Shea then thought for only a few moments before shoving his stack all in. O'Shea had Antonios covered and a call from Antonios saw him put his tournament life on the line.
The turn was the and the river the . These cards changed nothing and O'Shea yet again sits behind a huge stack.