Hand #66: Byron Kaverman shoved all in for 8.025 million under the gun. Fedor Holz called in the next seat and then Salomon jammed in the big blind for 26.9 million.
Before Holz got a chance to act, tournament director Jack Effel was called to the table and it was determined that one of Salomon’s cards possibly flashed and therefore should be exposed. It was the . Holz exhaled and said, “That makes it better.”
Holz used four time-extensions and then called.
The flop gave Salomon a hammerlock with top two. The turn brought everyone else equity though as Kaverman grabbed a flush draw and Holz a gutter.
The river: , giving Holz a winning set.
Holz barely had Salomon covered so the latter went out fourth while Kaverman settled for fifth.