David Morton moved all in for 143,000 second to act, and Joey Weissman got the count then shoved over from the button. Both blinds folded.
Weissman was in a dominating position, and the flop kept it that way. A hit the turn to give Morton a straight draw, thought. The river card that emerged was the , causing a start from Morton and giving him a winning straight.
Left with just 30,000, Weissman was all in two hands later. Mike Comisso called on the button, as did both blinds. Vinicius Lima led out 30,000 on the flop, and Comisso raised to 90,000. Lima folded a face-up.
The tournament was over for Weissman unless he picked up help on the turn, which he did with the . A river didn't do it for him, though, and he wished everyone good luck.