Blake Bohn and Mark Sandness got all in before the flop.
"Sorry, Mark," Bohn said, eliciting laughter from the crowd.
Bohn's prediction didn't come to be though, as the board ran out , keeping Sandness' sixes best and doubling him to the chip lead.
In the next hand, Mark Sandness bet 200,000 in a raised pot after the flopped. Bohn shoved, and Sandness called.
The dealer burned and turned the , giving Sandness an unbeatable full house.
"You turned me dead," Bohn said accurately. Indeed, the river was a mere footnote, and Sandness had Bohn covered.