Thomas Hall raised to 32,000 from the button, and Molissa Farber pushed all-in from the big blind for 120,000. Hall thought for a few moments, and made the call.
The flop gave the players a good sweat, coming . Farber was in the lead with her pocket fours, Hall flopped a lot of outs: Any spade would give Hall a flush, a nine would give him a straight, and either a queen or a ten would give him a higher pair. After the players joked a bit about "Too Many Outs Syndrome," the dealer completed the board with the on the turn and the on the river. Hall missed all his outs, and Farber's fours held up. She doubled up and had 280,000 in chips after the hand.