Oliver Speidel is now sitting behind the largest stack in the room. When we got back to Table 31, there was a board showing and around 800,000 already in the pot in a hand between Mile Krstanoski and Oliver Speidel.
Krstanoski was first to act and he checked to Speidel who bet 600,000. Krstanoski looked pained as he decided what to do.
"I hope you have ace-jack," said Krstanoski as he pushed in enough chips to make the call. Speidel didn't have ace-jack. What he did have was for a rivered straight, which was enough to send Krstanoski's hand into the muck.