Kevin Eyster limped in late position and Daniel Alaei raised on the button to 270,000, which Andrey Razov called in the small blind. Eyster came along and they headed to the flop. Razo checked and Eyster moved all in for his last 500,000, which was called by Alaei only.
Eyster needed some back door help and picked up a straight and flush draw with the turn. The river was the and that sent the WSOP bracelet winner to the rail in 13th place for $45,229.