Kirk Morrison put in two bets on the button, Eric Buchman defended his big blind, and the flop came down . Buchman led out, Morrison raised, and Buchman called. The turn was the the two got enough bets in to put Morrison all in, and the river was the .
We saw Morrison's hand (), but Buchman's hand was mucked too fast for us to jot it down.
When we walked up to the table, there were four cards on board showing . There was 5,300 chips out in front of Shaun Deeb. It was either a bet or a raise (we're not sure), but either way, Andrey Zaichenko called to see the last card. It was the , and Zaichenko shoved in for about 16,000. Deeb snap-called with , and his flush was good.
That's the end of Zaichenko's day, and Deeb moves up to about 64,000.