Daniel Dvoress was under the gun and raised to 8,000. Bernard Lee was in the hijack and moved all in for his remaining 79,000. Action came back around to Dvoress and he went into the tank. After a while he decided to call.
Dvoress was well behind and needed to hit a nine to jump in the lead. The flop of came down and gave him what he needed. Lee began to stand up and pack his things, shaking his head in disappointment.
The turn was the and the river was the , sending Lee home.