We missed the action unfold, but we do know a preflop raising war resulted in Stephen Hesse getting his sizable stack all in preflop against Isaac Baron.
It was a flip for a pot of around 180,000, and Hesse needed to improve to stay alive. He didn't want to watch his fate and turned his head as the dealer put out the flop — . Nothing for Hesse, though he didn't know it as he still had his back turned.
The turn changed things a bit as a king would no longer win it for him (it'd give Baron a straight), but a queen would give him Broadway. The dealer burned one last time and put out the . Hesse turned back around and discovered the bad news.