We're not sure when the money went in, but it seems likely that most of it went in on the flop. However it went down, John Duthie got his last 130,000 chips in with and Arnaud Mattern did the same with . If the money happened to go in preflop, then the was a great sweat. It seems probable that Mattern shoved there on that flop, though, and the turn and river failed to bring an out.
Duthie's eights hold up, and he's doubled his way close to 300,000. Paying off his debt, Mattern is left with just 88,000 lonely chips. "I had to do something," he lamented.
Duthie, caught looking like a badass earlier today