Mads Wissing opened the pot to 100,000, and Martin Finger came along as the lone caller. The flop came , and Wissing continued out with another 130,000. Finger made a quick call, and the paired the board on the turn. The action continued with another bet of 250,000 from Wissing, and Finger once again came along without too much deliberation.
That brought them to the river, and the two were content to check it down.
At showdown, Wissing could only show up , and Finger's sent the chips to his corner. Wissing dropped more than half his stack on that hand, and he's got about 420,000 left now.