After a flurry of preflop raising, Young Phan moved all in for 78,000 before the dealer could burn and turn a flop. It came down . Phan's opponent went into the tank for nearly ten minutes, holding his cards up high so even his opponents could see them. After much hemming and hawing, he called, and turned up 8-9-10-J for a pair of eights and a wrap draw. Phan flipped over A-A-7-5 and started shouting at the board, begging for the turn and river to blank. The turn was the , but the river was a heartbreaker -- the -- which made Phan top set but filled in a straight for his opponent.
Phil Hellmuth moved all in with his short stack and . He was called by Alex Brenes with . The flop was . The turn was the and the river was the . Hellmuth lost to a full house and quickly headed to the rail.
Phil Hellmuth was crippled after he lost a big pot on a board of . Hellmuth had while his opponent showed for a rivered flush. Hellmuth went off in one of his trademark tirades. Hellmuth slipped to 8K.