The floor just announced it was going to be the last hand before the break and from the hijack Philipp Gruissem raised to 6,000. His neighbor Nariman Yaghmai called from the cutoff and Patrick Leonard was ready to see a flop as well from the small blind so he over called.
Big blind Scott Seiver had bigger plans and squeezed to 36,000. Both Gruissem and Yaghmai folded, Leonard asked how much Seiver had (we think he said he started the hand with 168,000) and called.
The flop came and Leonard checked. Seiver bet 41,000 and Leonard shoved all in. Seiver snap called.
The on the turn was one of the cards Seiver was looking for and Leonard let out a soft sigh. The on the river, however, changed things drastically and Seiver said "Good game" before making his exit.
The other players left the stage as well as the break had just commenced, Leonard stayed for a bit to count and stack his chips.