On the last hand in the round of Big O, John Hennigan raised pot out of the hijack. Jeremy Harkin called the 35,000 in the small blind and they went to heads-up to the flop.
Harkin slid forward a pile of chips to put Hennigan all-in and he called off.
Harkin had a nut low draw and filled up on the turn which also gave him the best high hand. Hennigan could hope for an ace or a deuce to chop but the river didn't help him. He walked around the table and shook hands with each of the six remaining players, wishing them good luck.