Brandon Paster opened for 150,000 and Gabriel Nassif called out of the big blind. The flop came and Paster led out for 300,000. Nassif raised all in and Paster called. The hands were turned over:
Nassif called out to his rail the cards he needed to avoid to stay ahead. One of those was a nine, which is precisely what the dealer would put out on the turn as it was the . Now it was Nassif who needed to catch a card but he would be unable to do it on the river and would be eliminated in third place.