With 10,000 in the middle and on the table, Charlie Carrel moved all-in for 12,800 chips. Scott Seiver asked for a count but quickly realised he didn't need one to make the call.
Carrel's tournament life was at risk. He tabled for trips fives, but wasn't very happy to see Seiver's holding. He had for a huge draw.
The river was the , which gave Seiver the flush, but the dealer missed it. She flipped Seiver's cards over and collected them in the muck. Seiver calmly told her he had rivered a flush and Carrel wasn't making a big deal out of it.
He just stood up and left the table, while the other players confirmed that Seiver indeed rivered his flush.