Wayne Corlew limped from early position and Cody Slusher raised to 80,000 on the button. Corlew called.
The flop came and Slusher ended up getting his 509,000 remaining chips in and was at risk.
Slusher needed help to stay alive, and although the turn gave his opponent two pair, Slusher could still make a flush.
"Diamond!" an unknown spectator yelled out.
Sure enough, the spiked the river to send the huge pot to Slusher and give him over a million chips, while Corlew was left with less than a single big blind.
On the next hand, Corlew was in the big blind with his remaining chips and was against Nick Kehren.
The board ran out to take the rest of Corlew's chips and end his run in sixth, good for a $1,500 tournament package.