The flop came . Hannah Guthrie bet 900,000 and Erik Gorman called.
The turn was the to put a third diamond on the board. Guthrie bet 1,900,000. Gorman thought a few moments and moved all in for 8,500,000 and he was snap-called by Guthrie.
"Uh oh that's not good," said Gorman as he turned over the , which was well behind the flush of Guthrie.
But the river saved Gorman's tournament life as the binked to fill up Gorman and launch him from out the door to the chip lead.