There were four limpers before Paul Lieu raised it up to 26,000. Samuel Panzica then moved all in for 136,000 behind Lieu, and the limpers quickly folded. It got back to Lieu, and he made the call.
Panica was in rough shape, and he didn't get much help on the flop. He was still looking for a jack, but the on the turn ended things. The meaningless river was the , and Panzica was sent packing in ninth place, while Lieu is back up to 550,000.