Joshua Rotenberg got his stack of 40,000 or so all in preflop and was at risk against Morgan Popham, who began the day fifth in chips.
Rotenberg was in dire straits and got up from his chair upon discovering his pocket pair was no good. The flop made things even worse as Popham found a set, but all hope was not lost as the turn gave Rotenberg a gutshot straight draw. Unfortunately for him it didn't come in as the blanked on the river.
"I'm the chip leader, I have it every time," 2003 WSOP Main Event champ Chris Moneymaker joked in an effeminate voice from the other side of the table.