Well, he got his money in good this time. Nikolaos Alafogiannis just four-bet the last 362,000 of his chips into the pot behind a button raise and a reraise from small blind Martin Jacobson. When Alafogiannis shoved from the big, Jacobson called him down with a chance at the knockout. This time, Alafogiannis was well ahead.
The dealer rolled out a flop, and Alafogiannis informed his rail that there was a sweat. The turn was a good card to steal a few outs from Jacobson, and the river was a safe double-up card for Alafogiannis.