Technically it wasn't a pure one outer since his chips were in the middle before the flop, but when the river came Jason Mercier had only one card left to hit.
Mercier opened the cutoff to 600 and the player on the button made it 1,600 to go. Both blinds folded and the action was back on Mercier. The two time bracelet winner four bet to 3,950 but that sure wasn't the end of it. The player on the button made it 12,000 total, and called as Mercier shoved allin for 18,225.
Was this kings versus aces? Queens versus ace king? Nope, it was for Jason Mercier up against the from the button. The flop was a disaster for Mercier: - only two direct outs left or runner runner for a straight. The on the turn made things even worse since the would now be useless to Mercier . One out left. The river was in fact the and thus Mercier won what was a coinflip preflop but oh so exciting postflop.