Bryce Yockey limped the hijack, Quentin Krueger called in the small blind, and Ray Henson checked the big.
The flop fell , and Krueger checked to Henson, who bet 150,000. Yockey folded, and with the action back on Krueger, he announced a raise of the pot. Henson announced he was all in for 960,000, and Krueger called, having him covered by roughly 80,000.
With Henson at risk and holding top set, he needed to fade any ace, jack, ten, or nine to remain alive.
The on the turn changed little, but when the completed the board on the river, Henson was eliminated in seventh place for a $58,612 payday. Krueger moved to over 2.2 million in chips.