In a blind vs. blind confrontation, James Hess raised to 90,000 and Gregory Alston called.
The flop brought and Hess check-called a 125,000 bet from Alston. The turn came the and both players checked. However, when the completed the board, Hess quickly led out for 190,000. Alston tanked for a while, but then announced, "Call."
"Jack-high." Hess muttered.
Alston flipped over for a pair of queens and fives and Hess revealed and said, "I wish a spade had come!"