Natan Chauskin, who was one of the players that registered at the start of Day 2, open-raised from middle position. The action folded to Johan Guilbert in the small blind, who jammed his 50,000 or so remaining chips in the middle. Daniel Dvoress folded his big blind and Chauskin threw in a calling chip right away.
Johan Guilbert: K♣10♣
Natan Chauskin: A♠A♦
A grim situation for Guilbert, which did not improve on the Q♥7♥8♠ flop. With only runner-runner outs to his disposal, he gave the table a friendly knock when the 2♣ bricked the turn. The meaningless 9♦ river was dealt as the final card while Guilbert had already left.