Tom McEvoy, the 1983 World Series of Poker Main Event champion, had an opponent all in and at risk with the board reading . McEvoy was ahead with against , but the turned, giving his opponent a flush. The river was a meaningless , and McEvoy was left with just 700 chips.
He got the rest of his chips in the next hand with against an opponent with . The board ran , and McEvoy hit the rail.