Hand #43: After a handful of smaller pots, Antonio Esfandiari raised to 650,000 in the cutoff. Richard Fullerton instantly moved all in for 2.85 million on the button, both blinds released, and Esfandiari snap-called.
The crowd was on it's feat as the flop fell , and exploded at the sight of the six. Suddenly, Esfandiari went from being in great shape to needing a ton of help to eliminated Fullerton. Just as the crowd died down a bit, the spiked on the turn, and the decibal level increased tenfold.
Esfandiari jumped out of his chair, and Bill Perkins ran up to him to give him a hug. The completed the board, and Fullerton was eliminated in fifth place.