David Borg started the action by raising to 250,000. Tomas Junek thought for about 30 seconds before assembling a three bet of 700,000, and sliding it into the middle. Borg took little time in moving all in, and Junek quickly called.
Both rails were yelling out for cards as the dealer fanned out a flop of . Borg caught a piece of the flop, but he would need to get more, as Junek's tens were still in the lead. The turn brought the , bringing a straight draw for a chop on board. Borg would need a king, five, or three to survive the hand.
Junek's rail stormed the table, nearly knocking it over in the process, while a dejected Borg headed to his rail to be consoled. For his valiant effort, Borg will take home $410,517.