Freddy Deeb got all in preflop for his last 240,000 and was at risk against Andrew Webking.
Deeb was in a bit of a bind and needed some help. His best bet was an ace, but the flop was no help. The turn meant Deeb's life depended on the river . . . which came the . Deeb's deep run in the 2011 WSOP Main Event came to an end early on Day 5.