Fabrice Soulier had the button and raised. Shawn Buchanan called, and the flop came down . Buchanan led, Soulier raised, Buchanan put in three bets, Soulier made it four bets, and Buchanan called all in.
Buchanan was ahead at the moment, but Soulier was drawing to both a better high and a low. The on the turn added to Soulier's outs, and the on the river gave him eights and sixes. Soulier made the best hand, winning him the bracelet and a cool $376,458.
For Buchanan, it's another runner-up finish at the World Series of Poker. He finished second in the $25,000 Six Handed event last year, and now has another second place - this time in the $10,000 H.O.R.S.E. Championship. Despite failing to win the bracelet, Buchanan earned $376,458 for his efforts, which isn't a bad chunk of change.