Jose Paz-Gutierrez moved all in preflop for 400,000, and action folded around to Justin Barnum who announced he was also all in for more. The other players got out of the way and the two tabled their cards, with Paz-Gutierrez at risk.
Barnum was way ahead preflop, and the flop of gave him top set of nines, but it also gave Paz-Gutierrez a flush draw since he was holding the six of clubs.
The turn was Barnum's worst nightmare as it gave Paz-Gutierrez the flush with even an open-ended straight flush redraw. Now Barnum needed the board to pair to win but the river did not do it and Paz-Gutierrez was awarded the pot for a double up.