In one of the first hands of the final table, RunGood Ambassador and Day 1a chip leader Ryan Tepen moved all in for his last 230,000 or so under the gun and Calvin Musil called from the cutoff. The rest of the players folded and the cards were turned up.
Tepen was well out in front, and his position got even stronger when the flop delivered him a top set. In fact, the only way Musil could win was with either running sevens or straight cards.
"Oh, wow. Eight?" James Hall said when the turn made the straight a possibility. It proved to be a brutal precursor as the spiked on the river.
"Good game," Tepen mustered before making a beeline for the door.