Action folded around to the player in the hijack seat and he raised to 875. Chris Oliver clicked it up one more notch to 1,325 and everyone folded back to the original raiser. He informed the dealer that Oliver was 25 chips short of a legal raise. After some math, Oliver tossed in the extra 25 and made it 1,350. His opponent took a minute while he took some bites of his sandwich, then called.
The flop came down and the hijack seat tossed out a red T1,000 chip while verbally declaring a bet. We're unsure of how much he made the bet for, although it sounded like the dealer announced 500. Before she could get the words out of her mouth, Oliver was firing in a raise to 1,500. Right away, his opponent fired back to 2,500 and Oliver beat him into the pot with an all-in shove. The player tanked for a bit, took some more bites of his sandwich nonchalantly, then called all in for around 10,000 total.
Oliver showed the and his opponent the . Oliver's top pair was good so far against his opponent's bottom pair.
The turn was the and river the . Oliver won the pot and eliminated his opponent en route to 55,000 in chips.