Fabrice Soulier moved his last few chips in from under the gun, and three players called, including Hal Lubarsky and Danny Le.
On the flop, an unknown player in the cutoff bet out, Lubarsky flatted, and Le made it two bets to play. The raise forced the cutoff to fold, but Lubarsky came along and the turn came .
Lubarsky fired away with another bet, and Le released his hand, leaving Soulier and Lubarsky to showdown. Unfortunately for Soulier, he was drawing to a chop with his , as Lubarsky revealed the for the nut straight on the turn. After the river came , Lubarsky notched the elimination and padded his stack in the process.
Lubarsky, who is legally blind, plays alongside special assistant Arnie Miller, who helps to read his hand, convey the board cards, and to relay information on bet sizes. After making his WSOP debut in 2007, Lubarsky achieved a certain level of fame on the ESPN broadcasts of the 2008 Main Event.