We picked up the action on a flop, with over 55,000 already in the middle. Steve O'Dwyer was in the small blind and had a 25,000 chip in front of him. Dvoress, on the button, took several minutes before moving all in. The shove, around 110,000, got instantly called by O'Dwyer.
Dvoress' pocket queens were in rough shape against O'Dwyer's aces. Neither the turn nor river improved Dvoress' hand, sending the Canadian high roller to the rail.