Hand #8 Doug Polk opened to 42,000 from the cutoff. Liam Alcock raised from the button to 82,000. Polk called and the dealer put out a flop of . Polk quickly checked, Alcock made a bet of 105,000, and after a few seconds of thought Polk folded.
Hand #9 Tony Gregg moved all in for 214,000 and Dash Dudley one seat to his left followed suit, moving all in for 281,000. It was folded to Andy Philachack who thought it over for a few moments and counted out the chips to make the call, but ultimately he decided to lay it down. The hands were turned over for all to see:
Gregg would take the lead on the flop, but Dudley had the for a flush draw plus two overs. The turn was the to keep Gregg ahead. The river was the and Gregg doubled up while Dudley was clipped down to less than four big blinds.