Jon Turner was all in for 8,400 on a , and another player was all in for less. A third player in the hand looked both opponents up, and he had the covering stack and the draw with . Turner showed for top set, and the short stack's was drawing dead to one out.
Turner didn't like his hand either, and he made a tongue-in-cheek offer of $5,000 to buy his opponent's hand. He said he knew it was coming, and table mate Mike Matusow called him crazy. "It's not coming," Matusow predicted.
Or, well, maybe it is coming. The flush was the hand to beat now, and Turner needed to pair the board (not the ten) to stay alive. The river was the though, and two players fall to the rail.