Zohar Spivack opened for 3,200 under the gun only to have South Africa's Jarred Solomon move all in for 26,600 from the hijack. Martin Malone was in the cutoff and asked for a count before moving all in over the top. The button, blinds and Spivack all folded, and the cards were turned up.
It was a classic flip and Solomon seemed hopeful, though not after the flop fell a dry . Solomon stood and prepared to exit, which he made after the turn and river blanked. According to the tournament director, Solomon finished in 61st place.