The specifics of the betting escaped us, but we do know that John Patgorski got his stack all in on a flop and he was at risk against David "Bakes" Baker.
Patgorski had flopped top pair, but it was still behind the aces of Baker. The turn was no help to Patgorski, and neither was the river.
"That's me," Baker said when the river improved him to two pair. He then shook hands with Patgorski, who bowed out in 14th place.