Action started with an early position player raising it up to 12,000. Two spots over, Cody Slaubaugh reraised it to 29,000. It got back around to the original raiser, and he made a massive all in move of around 200,000. Slaubaugh had about 230,000 himself, so it was for nearly all his chips, and he made the call.
The winner of this race was going to vault into the top five in chip counts, and you know by the title that Slaubaugh's queens held, as the board ran down . After winning that hand, Slaubaugh jumped up to 440,000.