Jimmy Fricke checked to Matthew Kelly on the end, with their boards reading:
"I think the pot belongs to you," Kelly said as he squeezed his last card.
"Aces up," Fricke said, turning over .
"Missed a low draw, missed a spade flush draw," Kelly replied as he mucked his hand.
The next hand, he lost his last 30,000 to John Myung, who made a straight and a seven-low.