Jay Farber had the button, and folded. Sylvain Loosli moved all in for 9.825 million from the small blind, and Ryan Riess quickly called from the big blind.
The room fell silent as the dealer fanned , changing very little, and the fell on the turn. Only a queen or a seven could save the Frenchman, but it was not to be as the completed the board. Riess' rail exploded, but so too did Amir Lehavot's supporters, excited that their player has laddered up to at least third place.