Five players each committed 1,000 preflop and saw a flop of .
Both blinds checked, as did a middle-position player, and then Ryan Hughes bet 2,500 from the lojack, which was about half his remaining stack.
2007 World Series of Poker Main Event champ Jerry Yang was next to act in the hijack and he thought for a bit before raising all in for around 26,000.
Action folded back to Hughes and he called off for 5,600 total.
Hughes had flopped top pair but was in dire straits against Yang, who had a set. The turn gave Hughes a straight draw, but he missed as the bricked on the river.