Action folded around to Scott Hammett, who finished as the Day 1a chip leader, and he moved all in from the hijack for his last 82,000. Carter Myers, who was the Day 1b chip leader, called him from the button, and after the blind folded, the cards were turned up.
It was a bad spot for Hammett, and even though the flop paired his three, he needed either another or an ace to stay alive. The turn wasn't what he was looking for, but the river was.
"Ohhh," Hammett let slip. Myers simply counted out the chips and sent them over to his opponent without so much as a word.