Erick Lindgren had 266,000 chips left, and he got them all in before the flop with . That's not necessarily a bad thing, but it is when a guy like Julian Stuer looks you up with a covering stack and .
Things got better quickly for E-Dog, though, as the flop pulled him into a big lead with a set of tens. The turn was a good sweat, though, giving Stuer the nut-flush draw and a straight draw for chop outs, too. The river was the , though, the wrong kind of flush card. It gives Lindgren the full house, doubling him up to about 550,000.