Ashton Griffin led out for 60,000 on a flop of . After a minute of contemplation, Jarred Solomon raised the pot, Griffin quickly announced all in (effectively 221,000), and Solomon immediately called.
Griffin had a pair, a flush draw, and backdoor straight outs, while Solomon had top two along with one of Griffin's diamonds.
The on the turn kept one of Griffin's backdoor straight draws alive - an eight would give him a ten-high straight - but Griffin didn't make a straight when the completed the board, he made a flush.
"Good luck," Solomon said, standing from the table.
He exited in 17th, while Griffin now has 560,000 chips.